Another superstar is Trish at the Pittsfield Garden Center. I remember when we first met she was holding a copy of Carolyn Roehm's A Passion for Flowers, and before she said a word I knew we were on the same page. She is a super-cool lady, totally down to the earth and no-nonsense, and an all-around wonderful person.
Despite the fact that most of our conversations were spent not talking about the flowers at all the end result was exactly what I pictured — full (and heavy!) bouquets of peonies and cottage roses, loosely tied with vintage velvet ribbon from Les Bon Ribbon. Mine also had sweetpeas Trish had specially grown for me, and little sprigs of rosemary.
The same flowers, plus delphinium, appeared on the dinner tables — in little bowls purchased on sale at Anthropologie alongside the 80+ vintage quart and half-quart milk bottles I found on eBay. Votives were sprinkled around the tables and were lit through the rafters, too.
photos by Stacey Kane
Lovely flowers. But I now really want to see a detailed looke of your dress! The bouquet shot was a tease as are the distant shots.
Love those peonies. Your bouquet was just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing all of your great sources. Most of them were new to me. I love how you incoporated the ribbon.
I love your bridesmaid’s dresses…so cliche but those are un-bridesmaidy enough to actually wear again! And the flowers are lovely, lovely, lovely!
these are stunning flowers, you always have such a wonderful posts. Argh!!!
Those flowers are just gorgeous! So full!
This is (in my humble opinion) perfection. I’m drooling!
The peonies are beautiful! I want to know more about the bridesmaids’ dresses–I love them!
Absolutely loving those tables. Are those striped table linens? The delicate containers are just so refreshing. And I am head over heels in love with the bm dresses. Beautiful wedding!