This weekends weddings were so much fun to work on! I probably say that every week-but they were!
Saturday morning I delivered flowers to the Vandiver Inn in Havre de Grace. This is the second time working there in the last few weeks-and I loved it. Beautiful location and great, helpful staff.
The bride’s bouquet was filled with white dahlias, zinnias, snapdragons, statice and gomprhena. It also had mountain mint and scented geranium for a splash of green.
Saturday evening, we delivered flowers to the Baltimore Museum of Industry for Tracy and John’s wedding. When I met Tracy, she told us to be creative, choose the best fall flowers, and make something beautiful. I love these kind of clients because they really allow us to work with the growers to find the best, seasonal flowers for that day.
The bride’s bouquet was filled with dahlias, zinnias, coxcomb, plumed celosia and gomphrena.
The ceremony took place out on the deck with the Baltimore Harbor in the background.
I have been waiting for today’s wedding for months. When I met with Trish she told me her husband-to-be Nick worked at a bike shop and they wanted to integrate bike cogs into her bouquet, the boutonnieres and table arrangements. I can’t like, I wasn’t sure what a bike cog was until Nick sent me some.
So, here are the boutonnieres. Rosemary. Gomphrena. Cog. I loved it!
The centerpieces were bike cogs with vases in the middle of them-surrounded by little vases filled with herbs and flowers.
More photos soon! Thanks to LoCoFlo designer Jen Bryant for all of her help this weekend!