This weekend I had the pleasure of flowering a very intimate elopment at the ever gorgeous Morning Glory Farm. The Fall colors were showing off everywhere and though there was a slight chill to the air, it was by no means cold. Let’s just say it was the perfect Fall wedding weather! This couple opted to repurpose their ceremony decor on their farm tables. It was lush and beautiful and a wonderful money saver as well. Check out the pics and let us know what you think!
Kaitlin and Connor married on a perfect Fall day in Weddington, NC at Threshold Church. Both ceremony and reception were held at the church. It is a rustic and open space with wooded views out large windows. Here’s a few cell phone pics of some of the pieces I made. Missing, are the adorable bridesmaid bouquets which were Babies Breath and Dried Lavender wrapped in burlap. Katie described her wedding style as J. Crew. She wasn’t a big flower person and so opted for mostly greenery with succulents and touches of florals around the church’s lanterns. However she went extra with her bouquet which I was thrilled to oblige! I love a big beautiful bouquet and it perfectly offset her simple gown. I used Larkspur, Campanula, Tweedia, Snapdragons, Succulents, Dusty Miller, Blueberry Branches, Eleagnus and Silver Dollar Eucalyptus. I can’t wait top see the professional pics of this wedding party by Keith + Lakyn Photography!
Today wrapped up the 2017 wedding season for me here in Charlotte! Happy wedding day to Julia and Ryan who celebrated their nuptials in an intimate roof top gathering at the restaurant Fahrenheit in CLT. Here is Julia’s totally Fall flavored bouquet of Peach Juliet Garden Roses, Orange Ranunculus, Burgundy Cymbidium Orchids, White Hydrangea, Seeded Eucalyptus, Dusty Miller, Magnolia and Lamb’s Ear from the Mother of the Bride’s garden and Ryan’s matching Boutonniere! Enjoy!