When bride Libby asked me to make her an all baby's breath bouquet last Spring, I thought perhaps the bouquet would be found lacking. I feared the simple bouquet would actually disappoint my bride. I am used to doing such detailed and intricate design work. My bride was so incredibly on target because her bouquet was perfect for her. I can design as my heart leads me, or I can listen and design as I am told. It is a blessing that I can do both and do it willingly.
The groom's boutonniere may actually be my all time favorite boutonniere, simply for its simplicity. Can I say that?
The couple married at the Bluemont Vineyards Stables. A traditional Jewish ceremony was preformed under a chuppah created by my very simple and elegant bride.
Each married carried a bouquet that featured one type of white flowers. In fact the maids bouquets were more valuable than the bridal bouquet and yet they were not more lovely.
Groomsmen wore spray roses and seeded eucalyptus bouts. Ladies were given small wrist corsages of rosemary, spray roses, and seeded euc. I love the raffia and twine used throughout this wedding.
The bride purchased mini succulents from ETSY and potted them in small glass jars. The jar was then wrapped with the guest seating card.
Centerpieces were created in mason jars, bud vases, and antique bottles. The bride made the burlap runners and the table numbers with her father.
A miniture wooden bride and groom adorned the cupcake stand.
Many thanks to photographer Madelina Lesan the images from this event are amazing.