Back in May I got to arrange flowers for my brother-in-law’s rehearsal dinner. For a sentimental touch, I used a variety of silver vessels that belonged to the groom’s great-great-aunt. Loved using perfectly delicate lily-of-the-valley!
This wedding was a lovely backyard affair at the home of the parents of the bride. It was incredibly intimate, tasteful, and elegant. Congratulations to the bride and groom! I had so much fun using apples, pears, and kale that I dusted with gold. They were definitely a fun, unique touch!
It’s been an amazing year here at Rosemary & Finch. Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of the wonderful brides who chose for me to be a part of their beautiful weddings! I’ve been blessed beyond measure. Here’s to the 2014! The best is yet to come!
Oh my goodness! Where to begin? This beautiful October wedding was so wonderful. Ginger had every detail thought out, from having a collection of family brooches for her bridal bouquet to having a swatch of Zack’s family tartan for his boutonniere. The blue thistles in the arrangements were in honor of their Scotch-Irish family heritage […]
This wedding was the sweetest affair out in the Tennessee countryside. I absolutely loved Michelle’s vision and it was so fun to be a part of this lovely event. Congratulations to the bride and groom! All of these beautiful photos are by Jonathan Howard of Perch Photography.
October has been the busiest and best of months! Weddings every weekend with a heavenly visit to Asheville squeezed in. Here’s a glimpse of the work I’ve gotten to do in this lovely month… Stay tuned for more in depth posts about each of these special weddings! “Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to […]
This photo shoot was on a misty morning in Belle Meade. The lovely Kaitlin was awesome to work with and we had such a good time! I got to make some fun floral crowns and play the model with an armful of flowers. Check out Kaitlin McDuffie Photography to see more of her work!