Silk, Blush, and Blooming Branches - Early Spring Wedding at Maplehurst Farm
These hanging chair bottles were the perfect simple way to tie in the florals to the ceremony space without completing with the stunning views of blooming spring trees and Skagit Valley.
This design included butterfly ranunculus and hellebore from Freerange Farm and tulips and anemones from Feather & Bloom Farm. I foraged for the spirea and pieris japonica from my friend's garden. The rest of the little bits and greenery were from my own early spring garden.
The sweetheart table arrangement fit perfectly behind this little sign and captures how the lighting in the space made these florals glow.
Re-using the bridesmaid's bouquets in a simple mason jar as centerpieces on the tables during the reception was perfect way to make this couples floral budget stretch a little further. Many of the reception tables featured these sweet little vintage bottles with individual botanical elements that tied in with the rest of the design. The branches, hellebore, and anemones in these bottles bring attention to each element individually. Along with the candles, silk, and table numbers, these little botanical treasures make a subtle and elegant statement on the reception tables.
Testimonial: “Working with Laura was incredibly easy and a breath of fresh air. She provided amazing and creative flower options and vases for our special day. She was so kind, helpful and thoughtful throughout our creative process of putting wonderful arrangements together. We received the full service including table centerpieces, cake decor, aisle flowers, bouquets, and corsages. We felt confident throughout our wedding with our beautiful flowers provided by Laura.” -E & Q
Venue: Maplehurst Farm (Mt. Vernon, WA)
Desserts: Pure Bliss Desserts (Bellingham, WA)
Photographer: Kaylin Pinkett Photography