The Boylston Rooms in Easthampton is the epitome of industrial chic, and Erin and Donny’s wedding reception’s classy, classic but fun vibe fit perfectly in the space. Erin’s colors were white, gold, and pink, and her instructions to me in regards to the florals were to make them lush and a little bit messy. I was very happy to oblige! I can try for controlled, but messy is really my thing!
October is kind of a bittersweet month, no pun on bittersweet, that gorgeous, noxious, invasive vine intended!
October means the end of my summer farmer’s market.
October means I only have a few more weeks to make sure everything I want to overwinter has its best chance of making it. This means lots of digging, planting the stragglers, mulching, snipping, and covering.
October means apples and pears the various jams and butters I make.
October means wildcrafting wreath making supplies and dried bits and pieces for winter bouquets.
October means planning for the late fall and winter craft fairs and markets.
And this October means getting my 4-season store open for business! Which is a beast of a different sort!
The theme of the wedding was sunset and the night skies. The day of the wedding was the day of a solar eclipse. The flowers followed suit: sunset colors of oranges, pinks, and pops of purples went into their personal flowers. So fun! So romantic!
Location: The Warfield House Inn, Charlemont, Massachusetts. August.
Photography: Lauren P. Wadsworth Photography Continue reading “Summer Sunset Wedding at the Warfield House Inn in Charlemont”
I am so excited to offer a second flower share CSA this season! The first share, which started in July, was a great success, and based on the flower situation I will have about triple the flowers the end of the season that I’ve had the first half!
Think DAHLIAS, people.
The flower share works like this:
You choose either farm/market pick-up OR delivery, and each week I’ll have a gorgeous, very generous bunch of flowers for you! These are about twice as large as my farmers’ market /roadside flower bunches, but less than twice the price even if you include delivery! You and I will decide on a mutually agreeable pick-up or delivery day, and you don’t have to be home for me to drop them off.
The flower share lasts 6 weeks, and will run from August 27 – October 1.
Pick-up at farm or market is $80
Delivery (anywhere in greater Northampton and Easthampton, including Florence, Leeds, Williamsburg, and even parts of Westhampton): $110
I can take cash or a check but I prefer Paypal. To ORDER: please visit my FLOWER SHARE PAGE.