I haven’t yet met a couple with an unlimited budget for their wedding. But I have met many passionate, positive, creative couples, who have impressed me with their ability to hone in on what’s most important for their celebration, and very wisely allocate their funds accordingly.
Our work together is a partnership, as is my work with the local farms that keep our palette interesting, seasonal, and meaningful. Local, responsibly-grown flowers aren’t the most inexpensive option, but a thoughtful approach takes into account where flowers will have the biggest impact within your venue and planned celebration.
Today’s blustery winds and falling leaves take me right back to creating a special bouquet and boutonnière for Amanda and Drew to take with them to their intimate wedding ceremony atop Wildcat Mountain. They were already sourcing loose flowers from Omniflora Farm to create arrangements for their reception in the ski lodge, and I was able to collaborate to include some of the same elements in Amanda’s bouquet. From her dress using upcycled fabrics to designing and hand-printing her own invitations, I knew right away I would love working with Amanda and Drew as part of their creative, personalized wedding celebration.
Nicole Joy Fandel Photography captured the whole event beautifully, and you can see more on the website here.