As we come close to the end of 2017 I thought that I would give you a peek at some of the beautiful weddings that I was lucky enough to work with in 2017.  I love being a flower farmer growing and cultivating a wide array of flowers in step with the seasons but working with brides and creating dream floral arrangements for their special day enables me to use my creative side.  

Here is a look at some of the weddings that I have worked on this year, it has been wonderful to get to know these amazing families and also to travel to some spectacular venues in the area.

 

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 The venue for this early spring time wedding was at the  Eberle Barn  in Sequim, this rustic barn built in 1926 gave me barn envy for sure.  With this wedding I was lucky enough to work with Kelly from  Ciderpress Lane , her attention to detail made this wedding a spectacular event, and even the rain showers held off so that Emily could have her dream come true and have her ceremony outside.  Photo credit:   Andie Avery Photography.  

The venue for this early spring time wedding was at the Eberle Barn in Sequim, this rustic barn built in 1926 gave me barn envy for sure.  With this wedding I was lucky enough to work with Kelly from Ciderpress Lane, her attention to detail made this wedding a spectacular event, and even the rain showers held off so that Emily could have her dream come true and have her ceremony outside.  Photo credit:  Andie Avery Photography. 

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 Heather & Joel's wedding was the first of two sister's to get married within two weeks of each other - that family had a busy few weeks but I know they loved every minute of it.  The first wedding was on a very hot June day at the  Marionfield Farm  in Arlington, WA.  Thankfully all of the flowers survived during the intense heat but apparently one of the unripened strawberries that was tucked away in the brides bouquet turned red by the end of the day!  Photo Credit:  David Cho Photography .

Heather & Joel's wedding was the first of two sister's to get married within two weeks of each other - that family had a busy few weeks but I know they loved every minute of it.  The first wedding was on a very hot June day at the Marionfield Farm in Arlington, WA.  Thankfully all of the flowers survived during the intense heat but apparently one of the unripened strawberries that was tucked away in the brides bouquet turned red by the end of the day!  Photo Credit: David Cho Photography.

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 Ashley was the second of the two sister's to get married this summer.  The wedding for Ashley & Carson's wedding was held at the  Trinity Tree Farm  in Issaquah at the beginning of July.  The David Austin roses in Ashley's bouquet were out of this world, there are so many beautiful flowers out there but I have to say these roses have to be my favorite of all time.  Photo Credit:  David Cho Photography

Ashley was the second of the two sister's to get married this summer.  The wedding for Ashley & Carson's wedding was held at the Trinity Tree Farm in Issaquah at the beginning of July.  The David Austin roses in Ashley's bouquet were out of this world, there are so many beautiful flowers out there but I have to say these roses have to be my favorite of all time.  Photo Credit: David Cho Photography

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 The middle of July was the breath taking wedding of Christie & Zach's wedding at the  Red Cedar Farm  in Poulsbo.  I have been lucky enough to work at this venue several times over the past couple of years and just love it here.  The whole wedding was absolutely beautiful but oh this dress, it has to be one of my all time favorites.  Photo Credit:  Stefan & Audrey Photography .

The middle of July was the breath taking wedding of Christie & Zach's wedding at the Red Cedar Farm in Poulsbo.  I have been lucky enough to work at this venue several times over the past couple of years and just love it here.  The whole wedding was absolutely beautiful but oh this dress, it has to be one of my all time favorites.  Photo Credit: Stefan & Audrey Photography.

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 As the summer raced by with absolutely glorious weather in the Pacific Northwest one of my August weddings was for Amanda & Micheal.  Amanda & Micheal fell in love with the PNW whilst backpacking in the area and they loved it so much they flew up from San Diego to get married at the breathtaking Lake Crescent.  I am able to visit many different wedding locations and each one holds it's own individual beauty, but Lake Crescent on a glorious summers day I think was my favorite.  Added to that, Micheal had built a canoe for himself & Amanda to leave the wedding ceremony site in - pretty special.  Photo credit:  Matthew Jason Photography

As the summer raced by with absolutely glorious weather in the Pacific Northwest one of my August weddings was for Amanda & Micheal.  Amanda & Micheal fell in love with the PNW whilst backpacking in the area and they loved it so much they flew up from San Diego to get married at the breathtaking Lake Crescent.  I am able to visit many different wedding locations and each one holds it's own individual beauty, but Lake Crescent on a glorious summers day I think was my favorite.  Added to that, Micheal had built a canoe for himself & Amanda to leave the wedding ceremony site in - pretty special.  Photo credit: Matthew Jason Photography

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 Darryl Ann & Joe's October wedding was literally in their own back yard, however they have no ordinary back yard.  They live in a beautiful log cabin surrounded by trees & this is where there wedding took place, a totally rustic Pacific Northwest feel which suited this lovely warm couple down to the ground.  Not only did they have an amazing setting for the wedding but 5 minutes from their home they have this beach which looks onto the Olympic Mountains.  This folks, is why we choose to live in Washington.  It does not get much better.  Photo Credit:  Sarah Gudeman

Darryl Ann & Joe's October wedding was literally in their own back yard, however they have no ordinary back yard.  They live in a beautiful log cabin surrounded by trees & this is where there wedding took place, a totally rustic Pacific Northwest feel which suited this lovely warm couple down to the ground.  Not only did they have an amazing setting for the wedding but 5 minutes from their home they have this beach which looks onto the Olympic Mountains.  This folks, is why we choose to live in Washington.  It does not get much better.  Photo Credit: Sarah Gudeman

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 As the nights drew in and the weather got a chill in the air I provided flowers for Chris & Haley's wedding at the  Valley Meadows  in Poulsbo.  The weather stayed clear and crisp for this beautiful wedding with lots of candle light, warm blankets and beautiful fall colors, I just loved the feel of this wedding.  Photo Credit:  Saskia Potter

As the nights drew in and the weather got a chill in the air I provided flowers for Chris & Haley's wedding at the Valley Meadows in Poulsbo.  The weather stayed clear and crisp for this beautiful wedding with lots of candle light, warm blankets and beautiful fall colors, I just loved the feel of this wedding.  Photo Credit: Saskia Potter

This is just a selection of the weddings that I was lucky enough to provide beautiful, local, seasonal flowers for.  I want to say a big thank you to all of the brides, grooms and their families for having faith in my flowers and design skills to make their dreams come true on their very special day.  As my calendar starts to fill up for weddings in 2018 I am excited to continue this flower adventure.

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