I wanted to wish Johnny and Diane a very happy first wedding anniversary! I can’t believe that it has been a year since their rustic country wedding at the Delaware Agricultural Museum in Dover, Delaware.
When I met Diane, she had a binder full of ideas and knew exactly what she wanted for her special day. I still remember when she told me that her wedding colors were burgundy and real tree camo. You don’t hear that everyday! 🙂
I adored the old-time village behind the museum. There was a little white chapel and little wooden houses. It was very picturesque!
Johnny and Diane were married in front of the chapel while the guests sat on hay bales. The aisle was lined with shepard’s hooks with mason jars filled with light and fluffy baby’s breath. The bouquets had baby’s breath with burgundy calla lilies tucked in and were wrapped in twine. My favorite touch was the shotgun shell boutonnieres with baby’s breath.
I loved how all of their family and friends helped set up their ceremony and reception space. I know that this day was filled with many cherished memories. Especially their two adorable daughters as their flower girls!
Congratulations Johnny and Diane! Thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day!
In anticipation of the upcoming wedding season, I wanted to share this floral stylized photo shoot of Hannah and her daughter Giannah. It was a damp and breezy day at the beach, but any day at the beach is wonderful!
The pictures were taken at the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk. Seeing this boardwalk always brings back fond memories from my childhood. Once I can see the Dolle’s sign, I get filled with excitement just like I did when I was a little girl.
The inspirational bridal bouquet and floral hairpieces warmed this day right up with their vibrant color scheme. Red dahlias, orange protea, yellow roses and coxcomb bursting with greenery make the perfect selection for beach wedding flowers.
I hope that these pictures inspire you for your wedding day. Contact me to schedule your own bridal consultation.
What started out as a chilly and windy day, changed into sunny and beautiful weather for this floral stylized photo shoot at Milburn Orchards in Elkton, Maryland. Grace would have made a picture perfect flower girl in a wedding.
Her floral crown and belt were designed and created with flowers and greens out of my garden including hostas, zinnias, ferns, pompom mums, and buds of rose of sharon. I love the soft golden glow that emanates from these pictures. She was so cute in her dress that was accented in gold sequins. I wanted to bring this element into the flower crown and belt. I also added some lace to round out the vintage feel.
Fall is my favorite time of year. The leaves on the trees are changing colors and there is a crispness in the air. I love the feel of this floral stylized photo shoot at Carousel Park and Equestrian Center. Cassidy and Riley were the perfect little models. Between the white lace and cowboy boots, they captured what makes autumn weddings so incredible.
I adore working in this color palette of reds, oranges, and yellows. It just makes my heart glow. I created floral headpieces and bouquets with a rustic flare that included mums, zinnias, solidago, sedum, nine bark, ivy and seed eucalyptus. I hope that you enjoy these two girls as much as I enjoyed them.
I think that I have an unhealthy obsession with flower crowns. I feel that every flower girl should wear one! What is more adorable than Peyton with her enormous blue eyes?! I absolutely loved photographing her. She told me that she “looked fabulous!” I couldn’t agree more. This flower crown incorporates spray roses, limonium, and seeded eucalyptus. What do you think about flower crowns?