Early October Weddings

The first weekend in October kept us busy with three events! Each wedding was unique and provided much opportunity for creative expression to reflect the personalities of each couple.

Joayn & Brian's wedding at The Barn at Boyden Farm in Cambridge featured a palette of claret and ivory with camouflage (to pay homage to the groom's dedication to the outdoors). Their flowers featured black magic roses, mango calla lilies, sarracina, and dahlias with freshly fallen leaves.




Chayah & Mike's wedding at the Lareau Farm Inn in Waitsfield was pure "ecclectic folk-art." Locally grown, organic botanicals included sunflowers, celosia, zinnias, ornamental grasses, asiastic lilies, kiss-me-over-the-garden-gate, sweet willliam, and hanging amaranthus, accented with solidago, safflower, bittersweet, agnois, hypericum, delphinium, and pussy willows. Other design elements included a collection of wild arrangments in antique Ball Mason jars and apothocary jars hung around the pavillion windows, and hand-crafted fabric bird mobiles that were suspended from beams.





Johanna & Bryan's wedding at The Ponds at Bolton Valley was vibrant and natural. They selected a delicious palette of "persimmon and wasabi." The orange and green was perfect for the sunny, peak foliage Sunday afternoon. Flowers included mokara orchids, dahlias, hypericum, anastasia chyrsanthamums, circus roses, hypericum and bittersweet. We wood-burned the couples intitials into wooden centerpiece containers that were mixed in with slender vases of mokara orchids and low centerpieces with metal lanterns so each table had a slightly different, yet unified personality. Tables were identified with Ben & Jerry's pint covers! How cute is that??






Congratulations Joayn & Brian, Chayah & Mike, and Johanna & Bryan...a lifetime of happiness to you all!



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