The sun is shining and we have finished setting up another Farm Wedding in Hopewell so we had to share a few of the unique elements that both we and the bridal family created! Below is a pretty close up of Bride Brittany's Bridal Bouquets (say that 10 times fast). Created using cut succulent plants, cream stock, lavender spray roses, queen anne's lace, purple waxflower and a very pale lavender hydrangea.
The driveway leading to the farm is long so we placed hanging mason jars of flowers lining ~ these even have a light in the bottom to glow as guests leave in the evening!
The family really got creative and hung a few ladders from the garage ceiling with lanterns! This must have looked amazing when the light came down!
Here's something fun! The farm ordered a few bales of hay that were 4 feet tall and we created huge letters made from fresh moss in honor of the bride and groom! After the wedding, the hay will feed to horses!
Once inside under the tent the farm tables were decorated 2 different way. Half the tables had lanterns and long garlands of ruscus and seeded eucalyptus foliage accented with real cut succulent plants and flowers in shades of lavender and purple.
The other half of the tables had an elegant burlap runner and mason large mason jars filled with fresh flowers in shads of green, lavender and purple.
A close up view of the pretty lantern and flower garlands. Love the texture of the flowers in this design.
It's always fun working in a private residence and the scenery isn't bad either!