I can't believe Christmas is only a few days away! I literally just started wrapping presents today...somehow it always all seems to get done by Christmas day though. These pictures were sent to me this week, and I was so excited about them that I had to do a blog asap. Farm weddings are close to our hearts. We grew up on a farm and Mary was even married on her husband's farm and we really enjoyed every minute of planning her farm wedding. This past fall Nichole and Robert were married on her grandfather's farm in Woodstown, NJ. Nichole was an adorable bride and the setting of her ceremony and tented reception were gorgeous. The couple was married under a huge willow tree overlooking a small pond and then the guests walked past fields and horses to the site of the reception. We used shades of cream and green and lots of succulents throughout the wedding flowers. Luckily for us, Denise Mabilog was the photographer for the day, and she was willing to share these amazing photos with us.
Look at this couple - how adorable are they!?!?! We made Nichole's bouquet using caramel garden roses, white dahlias, succulents, dusty miller, and scabiosa pods. The bride added a brooch - the perfect little touch.
Here is a closeup of her bouquet. I loved these colors together, so soft and romantic.
Nichole being escorted down the aisle. I loved her cute little veil.
The bridesmaids carried bouquets of caramel garden roses, antique hydrangea, white dahlias, succulents, and scabiosa pods.
Their green dresses were sooo cute, and the bouquets looked amazing in front of them.
I think this was my favorite boutonniere that I made all year...a simple succulent with some berries and a skeleton leaf, LOVE.
It was the perfect size!
Mary made this arbor piece and it was gorgeous. She added curly willow to bring in a more natural look...it worked perfectly against the wooden arbor.
To help define the aisle we hung mason jars of hydrangea from shepard's hooks.
For the seating cards we strung some twine from manzanita branches anchored in mason jars. Each place care was clipped on. So creative!
The centerpieces were simply mason jars filled with hydrangea, dahlias, and kale. We used small jam jars to put some pebbles and votive candles in. The olive linens were the perfect backdrop for all the ivory and green in the flowers.
The toss bouquet resting on the cake table.
This shot doesn't have any flowers - but I thought it was too cute not to share!
Hope everyone enjoyed seeing these wedding photos as much as I did. Now - I think it is time for some holiday fun! Hope everyone has a great Christmas and a wonderful New Year!!
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