Jenny and Scotty were married at my oh so favorite Camp Ohana, on a perfectly sunny afternoon surrounded by ferns, moss, rocks and grassy bits. Jenny told me in our first meeting that she wanted their wedding to reflect their love of camp, canoeing, and a magical place surrounded by moss, grasses and ferns (yikes, the name escapes me, maybe its somewhere in Canada?) they once traveled to. One of the best compliments a florist can get is that a wedding is perfectly "them"...and I've heard this numerous times about Jenny and Scotty's wedding. It was really, perfectly them.
Jenny let me make her a flower pile! I was SO excited.
Ohana's dining hall is so perfectly perfect in every way. I'm a sucker for anything that feels like summer camp having gone for 11 years. Something about it just feels like home.
I proper oar send off! (and a very excited pup!)
On a perfect day in May, Ann and Ryan were married in a chapel built for 15. A tiny button of a chapel tucked into the woods, over a tiny bridge, up a crooked path and surrounded by dairy cows. All in all, a perfect ceremony for a tiny intimate celebration, with only the most important people.
A photo I couldn't resist, of my favorite flower shop kid. His freckles and missing tooth really complement the bouquet.
Nothing warms a florists heart more then a giggling flower girl with her nose in a bouquet.
Hey! Its not always weddings around these parts...we also make arrangements for offices and other non-weddingy events of the more corporate variety. We made these lovelies for an office open house held at Dartmouth College.
Who ever said offices don't like to feel pretty every once in awhile?