Sarah’s Wedding at Stone Manor Country Club

I don’t even know where to begin with how gorgeous this wedding is.  I really think that having an amazing couple to work with is the most important part, but seriously, having Kirsten Smith as the photographer really helps too!

When Sarah came to me to talk about flowers, she wanted vintage and rustic with succulents and dahlias and wood accents.  I love this combination and couldn’t wait to create something unique for this couple!  Sarah’s bouquet was made of local white dahlias (yes, from the dahlia king, Don’s Dahlias), white garden roses, white freesia, fiddlehead ferns, eggplant ranunculus, seeded eucalyptus, and echiveras succulents.  Her bouquet was wrapped in lace and accented with a bit of twine.

Sarah’s bridesmaids carried bouquets of local white dahlias, white spider mums, white garden roses, white tulips, seeded eucalyptus, and an echivera succulent.  I loved the white bouquets against the purple dresses!

It’s hard to say which was my favorite element, but I am pretty over-the-moon about the groom’s boutonniere.  I just love being able to create something unique for the guys!

Sarah brought in a wood element by placing tree stump slabs under the centerpieces.  They were cut by her grandfather, which is a great way to add another personal element to the day!  There were two designs containing white garden roses, green and white spider mums, white snapdragons, eggplant ranunculus, fiddlehead ferns, white tulips, seeded eucalyptus, white hydrangea, italian ruscus and echivera succulents.

These next two are two of my favorites….Yea, he totally grabbed her butt when he kissed her!  So cute!!

Here are a few more of my favorites.  Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

Look at that smile!  I love seeing a happy couple!

Thank you again to Kirsten Smith for the beautiful pictures!

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