Clarissa + Matt, June 6, 2015

Over the past 7 weeks, Jonathan and I have put together 4 different orders for wedding flowers.  We love filling buckets and bouquets with gorgeous blooms, so fresh they almost have an essence that they are still growing on even after being picked.  We love to see our clients faces light up with big smiles when they see their flowers. Last weekend we were delighted to design all the wedding flowers for Clarissa and Matt.  They held their wedding at Iron Horse Events, a lovely venue in Cedar Grove, NC.  What a magical place and just a perfect feel for our flowers, we highly recommend them to anyone in need of a outdoor, farm venue.  Enjoy the photos below of the work in progress and the finished product.

Black-eyed susans

Black-eyed susans

Mason jar table arrangements

Mason jar table arrangements

Bridesmaids bouquets

Bridesmaids bouquets

Bridal bouquet

Bridal bouquet

Boutonnieres with cornflower

Boutonnieres with cornflower

Jonathan, Mr Bingley and I here at Spring Forth Farm want to wish Clarissa and Matt heartfelt congratulations and many happy years together!

Farm supervisor hard at work

Farm supervisor hard at work

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One thought on “Clarissa + Matt, June 6, 2015

  1. Gorgeous bouquets you all, and the farm manager is doing a good job there! ; ) –Dad

    _____ Michael Cornett, Ph.D. Program Coordinator, Duke Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Managing Editor, Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Duke University 351 Trent Hall Box 90656 Durham, NC 27708 919-681-8883 jmems@duke.edu CMRS Web: http://www.trinity.duke.cmrs JMEMS Web: http://www.trinity.duke.edu/jmems ________________________________

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