2009 at The Omni Mount Washington with E.H. Floral and Hinkley Photography

Ashley and Beau were clients of mine in the spring of 2009.  I enjoyed their energy and openness to be creative yet still wanting to keep things simple.  It was a picture perfect day in so many ways!
Ashley’s bouquet included hosta, clematis, victorian garden roses, and clematis vine.
This is a great way to invite guests into the ceremony area without taking away from the amazing views from the Rooftop Terrace.  Two large arrangements were set on stone style pedestals at the back of the aisle chairs.  After the ceremony, these arrangements were taken inside and used at the reception. 
White, pink, and antique Dutch Hydrangea pare nicely with hosta leaves and trailing green amaranthus.
Each bridesmaid carried a unique gathering of all one pink flower that best reflected their personalities best. The dresses were a dark navy color so the stems were wrapped to coordinate.

Cymbidium Orchids
Everyone’s favorite – Sarah Bernhard peonies.
Classic David Austin garden roses and garden spray roses.
Dutch pink hydrangea.
Hinkley Photography knows how to capture the fun feelings that are felt from everyone!
Ranunculus and hypericum boutonnieres were finished with white satin and ivy.
Hydrangea, roses, garlic scathes, and dusty miller was used in the simple the but fun centerpieces.
Ashley and Beau were clients of mine in the spring of 2009.  I enjoyed their energy and openness to be creative yet still wanting to keep things simple.  It was a picture perfect day in so many ways!
Ashley’s bouquet included hosta, clematis, victorian garden roses, and clematis vine.
This is a great way to invite guests into the ceremony area without taking away from the amazing views from the Rooftop Terrace.  Two large arrangements were set on stone style pedestals at the back of the aisle chairs.  After the ceremony, these arrangements were taken inside and used at the reception. 
White, pink, and antique Dutch Hydrangea pare nicely with hosta leaves and trailing green amaranthus.
Each bridesmaid carried a unique gathering of all one pink flower that best reflected their personalities best. The dresses were a dark navy color so the stems were wrapped to coordinate.

Cymbidium Orchids
Everyone’s favorite – Sarah Bernhard peonies.
Classic David Austin garden roses and garden spray roses.
Dutch pink hydrangea.
Hinkley Photography knows how to capture the fun feelings that are felt from everyone!
Ranunculus and hypericum boutonnieres were finished with white satin and ivy.
Hydrangea, roses, garlic scathes, and dusty miller was used in the simple the but fun centerpieces.
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