Hi. It’s been a long while. I’m still here. Wedding season is going full swing and I’m loving all the design time but something had to give, so I cut out cultivating the perfect instagram feed and to be honest, exercise, ha. Hopefully you’ve seen some stories. I’m thankful for my friends in this crazy industry that have been sharing our collaborations while I take a hiatus. I can’t wait to share what I’ve been up to soon.
Thank you @rachelbuckleyweddings for capturing this photo of two of my favorite things - foxglove and laughing.
#flowersandlaughter #maineweddingflorist #foxglove
Happy 1st Anniversary @jlhoopsr - I hope this year was full of love and laughter just like this beautiful photo by @caseydurginphoto
#weddinganniversary #mainewedding #lovetolaugh
Prepare for a long one....late Friday night as I climbed into bed after designing for this weekend's wedding @omainestudios, I saw that Leah + Scott's wedding from last July has been shared @100_layercake . Photography by @emilydelamater captured this laid back, full of love celebration so well that you can feel the energy. Each wedding can be and should be a reflection of the couple and their relationship. Emily shared a post of the tables - runners of mismatched candles - and put it so well, "It doesn't have to be complicated to be really good." That is 100% how I feel about designing florals for life's celebrations. Let's not make it complicated, lets make it matter. For Leah + Scott we focused the florals on their Westfalia Camper Van that was a special part of their history. For yesterday's wedding we focused on creating an enchanted ceiling of greenery that completely transformed this exact same location into an altogether different place. This is what my team and I love - we want each celebration to be one of a kind because each relationship and it's history, energy and love certainly is.
Ice Cream Truck @stonefoxfarmcreamery
Make Up @adorerouge