It’s not often that a bride requests asymmetrical designs filled with textured elements so when Celia told me about her vision I was beyond excited to be able to kick off my 2014 season with this June wedding.
The bride’s bouquet included lavender callas, chocolate Queen Anne’s lace, scabiosa, agonis, white and raspberry pink roses, sweet peas, freesia, chive blossoms and lady’s mantle from my garden.
Centerpieces in gold mercury glass pedestals included sweet William, thistle, sweet peas, freesia, roses, trachellim, seeded eucalyptus and green apples for an elegant, yet untamed feel.
There is something about being able to pick fresh blooms from my garden that just makes me feel more connected to the design. Chives, lady’s mantle and crabapple foliage are a couple of elements that made their way from my garden into these arrangements.
Congratulations to Celia & Mike! It truly was a pleasure to work with you and be a part of your big day.