Venue: Greenbrier Farms
Season: early Fall, September
Palette: soft blush dusty pinks, cream and palest yellow to contrast the blue and grey bridal party
Photographed by: Olivia Griffin
I decided Elizabeth's flowers had to be as sweet and vintage-inspired as her gorgeous lace detailed dress she showed me early in our consultations. We went with cream and Koko Loko dusty pink roses from a family farm in California to complement the rest of the blooms from our farm's best and perfectly-timed flush of dahlias along with cosmos and celosia. The bride and groom had gathered mismatched tea pots and cups+saucers from thrift stores for their centerpieces that we loved designing into, as each piece was completely different and so whimsical. Laurel Creek Florals also handmade the ivory silk ribbons that Olivia Griffin captured fluttering in the not-too-warm breeze this sunny day. With a backdrop of the pond at Greenbrier Farms you really can't dream up a more gorgeous scene.