Classic white and green wedding flowers will never go out of style.
For Julia and Mark’s June wedding at The Brick House in Shelburne, Vermont, the floral theme featured timeless whites and greens including peonies, roses, freesia, hydrangea, ranunculus, campanula with touches of fresh herbs and mock orange from my Vermont garden.
Julia carried a hand-tied bouquet, which you can see from a few angles below. It’s gardeny and full, yet it also has an airy feel to it. The first shot is one of my favorites!
The wedding took place under our birch arbor, adorned with white and green flowers. At the end of the ceremony, guests tossed white rose petals as the couple walked down the aisle and into the tented reception for dinner and dancing.
The centerpieces featured white hydrangea, roses, peonies, phlox, ranunculus, spray roses, campanula, dusty miller, eucalyptus and fresh mint surrounded by the soft glow of gold votive candles. Simply classic.
If you’re planning a Vermont wedding–whether you like classic whites or want to incorporate color in your designs–I’d love to talk about flowers with you!