Halloween Flower Arranging Inspiration

 

A Wedding Color Palette of Yellows, Creams, Whites and Sage Green


Hi guys.  Today I wanted to share a beautiful color palette from a wedding I did in August with you.  Unlike other weddings I have shared, not all of the photos are from the wedding itself.  I am finding it harder and harder to deliver these flowers, do all that is involved AND take photos of the event itself.  So, in this instance, I was able to make my own flower arrangements and bouquets from leftover flowers after the fact.  This way I can give you a sense of what the flowers looked like while taking my time photographing and being able to share a better product with you...at least that is my hope :).

A Boutonniere Contest~ You Can Join In!

 Hey there!  I have to apologize for being absent from my blog for these past few weeks.  Life has been at a rapid pace and mixed in there my husband got very sick (not COVID) a few weeks ago.  Thankfully, he is fully recovered.  All of this has thrown my blogging and truthfully life rhythm off but, I am hoping to get it back!

The Reception Flowers of a July Wedding on Cape Cod

The Wedding Ceremony at Wychmere

 Today I am sharing the continued wedding story of Erin and Pat from last month which took place on Cape Cod at the Wychmere Harbor Club in Harwich.  I meant to carryon with the story weeks ago but, summer "things" must have gotten in the way 😀.  Also, I usually like to wait until the professional photos have come in before showing my wedding flowers because those photos are so much better than mine.  But, it was such a beautiful wedding and so much went into it from my point of view that I figured I would share some more of the story with you from the floral side of things.  If you would like to read about the bouquets, boutonnieres, etc., you can read about them here.  Today, it is the outdoor ceremony that I want to share with you.

This was the sign that greeted the guests as they approached the side yard of the club, which was where the outdoor ceremony would take place.

Fruits of My Labor

A Review of Cape Cod Restaurants