A few pictures from a sweet little barn wedding in June.
Mason jars filled to the rim with hydrangea, trick, anemone, lisianthus, bells of Ireland and clematis.
The (seemingly) world's longest mantle. I made an enormous eucalyptus garland to run across it. (Lesson: charge garlands by the foot. The mantle is 15 feet long.)
The bridesmaid bouquets were little bundles of hydrangea, trick, hypericum berry, anemone, thistle and nigella. (Love in a mist seems so appropriate for a wedding.)
Randi's bouquet had monstrous sized peonies, garden roses, anemone, hydrangea, nigella and delphinium.
I wanted to get a picture of the groom and his boutonniere, but he was so happy...so happy. I swear he floated away on a cloud of sheer bliss.