Oh, what a joy this October wedding was. Dahlias, native asters, and warm fall golden light...what more could I ask for? Tanya was a delight to work with. She was so open to ideas and happy to be using local and seasonal flowers. Turns out she used to work in ecosystem restoration. No wonder we got along so well! You fellow creatives already know that when a client says "I trust you completely," you kind of start to glow inside. Sometimes you can start to doubt your work
This was my first solo onsite wedding ever. It was amazing. I had been waiting on July 2nd for months: planning, emailing, daydreaming... In the week leading up to the wedding, I just wanted to start because the anticipation was killing me. When Wednesday finally came, I was ready for showtime. We picked up whimsical cosmos and white scabiosa from Little Mountain Flower Farm. We also snagged gorgeous white dahlias, fragrant mountain mint, and veronica from Sevier Blumen. Th
Way way back when in November, we planted tulips. Nothing too fancy. It was just a fun experiment. A last minute decision. It was a learning a experience and we kept our hopes fairly low. We didn't want to get our hopes too high since we ordered our bulbs late. The only tulips we had ever grown were in the yard and had been there since I was a kid. I remember walking up to the lilac bush in the rain to pick the red tulips and yellow daffodils that grew around the bottom.