bride holding flowers

Classic burgandy, blush, and pops of pink for fall – at Valley View Farm in Haydenville

bride and groom
Photo by Kelly F. Peterson Photography

Annie and Kevin’s wedding flowers were in a very classic color scheme: burgandy and blush with pops of pink for fun. Annie wanted a draping bridal bouquet, so I used weeping amaranth as well as foliage to create the shape.

All photos by Kelly F. Peterson Photography.
Location: Valley View Farm, Haydenville MA.

wedding flowers
Photo by Kelly F. Peterson Photography

I love how her bridesmaids’s gowns are all different styles! Because they were married in the fall I was able to take advantage of dahlia season. I spy lots of ‘black magic’ dahlias as well as several white varieties. The draping, wispy foliage here is called “agonis.”

large flower arrangement
Photo by Kelly F. Peterson Photography

The pavilion ceremony space at Valley View farm was decorated with large, lush arrangements atop wine barrels.

floral centerpieces
Photo by Kelly F. Peterson Photography

Mason jars filled with seasonal flowers decorated the tables.

sweetheart table with flowers
Photo by Kelly F. Peterson Photography

The sweetheart table featured a lush flower and foliage garland.

bride and groom
Photo by Kelly F. Peterson Photography

Congratulations to the happy couple! The wedding was gorgeous, but now for the best part: your marriage!

bride and groom

Wedding flowers for two “planty people” at Quonquont Farm

Michele and Graham are what I like to call “planty people.” Both work in horticulture. Both love plants. And so when they asked me to do their personal flowers for their September wedding at Quonquont Farm in Whateley, but said they planned on creating their centerpieces themselves using buckets of DIY flowers, I was happy to oblige. And when they asked if they could create these centerpieces themselves in my shed…well, I wouldn’t have let just anyone do it! But I was happy to let these two do it! (And actually, I might let more people do it in the future because we they had such a great time! Continue reading “Wedding flowers for two “planty people” at Quonquont Farm”