Follow my business, garden, and design journey with seasonal flowers

  • Coastal Garden Wedding at Roche Harbor Resort

    A cozy, coastal garden wedding at Roche Harbor Resort on San Juan Island full of fluffy, pastel English Garden florals.

  • Adventure Elopements at Mt. Baker

    This beautiful corner of the world has some of the most amazing vistas in the whole world. Many come from far and wide to say their vows with these majestic backdrops during these private and magical ceremonies. 
  • Celebrating Earth Day with a Commitment to Sustainability and Environmental Stewardship

    From the very beginning, it has been important for me to leave a positive impact on the environment in my community. I am celebrating Earth Day this year by sharing some of my commitments to being an environmentally-friendly business.
  • The Unique Beauty of Spring Flowers

    Every season has its unique features that define the feel of the garden. These features slowly transition to the next season in a beautiful spectrum, until one day the garden decidedly feels like summer. But I don't want to talk about summer yet. Let's talk spring.
  • Sunny October Wedding at Beau Lodge

    I know we all have spring on our minds, but I can’t stop thinking about this incredibly warm and sunny day last October when the sweetest couple got married in this gorgeous woodland setting at Beau Lodge in Bow, WA.
  • Spring Rooftop Elopement in Bellingham, WA

    This gorgeous collaboration from last spring is on my mind. My favorite thing about this shoot is how truly handmade everything is from the jewelr...
  • Sweet August Wedding at Woodstock Farm

    Neutral and elegant florals for 2021 Wedding at Woodstock Farm in Bellingham, WA.
  • Intimate Summer Wedding at Lummi Island

    This neutral and textural bouquet was a perfect fit for this intimate summer wedding on Lummi Island.
  • Antique Autumn Wedding at Semiahmoo Resort

    A antique, pastel, and whimsical wedding at Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, WA.
  • A New Year (Part 2): Looking Forward

    After spending several weeks reflecting on 2022 and the last few years of building up this little business, I think I've honed in on what works for...
  • A New Year (Part 1): Looking Back

    There's nothing quite like the beginning of a new year that makes me feel simultaneously reflective of the past and excited to plan for the future. So much has happened in the past 4 years since I planned my very first cut-flower garden with the intention to sell flowers.
  • Silk, Blush, and Blooming Branches - Early Spring Wedding at Maplehurst Farm

    The elegant couple wanted florals that reflected their classical, yet free-spirited personalities. They wanted them to feel romantic and also pay homage to their European roots, while also fitting into the Spring backdrop of this stunning Skagit Valley venue.