Back in early March, Erin and Chris stopped by our farm in Granite Falls, Washington during a huge rainstorm. They live out of state and when Covid made them rethink their large, traditional wedding plans they pivoted to a small, destination wedding and were in town scouting out resources.
The weather was so cold and dreary at the time I’m sure it was hard for them to visualize a field full of flowers as we huddled in the barn talking. I attempted to show them a few tiny photos on my phone, when Erin took a leap of faith and made a plan to come back with her family in late July to pick flowers for their ceremony.
Mission accomplished! Erin shared a few pictures with me recently. They did an amazing job! While at the farm, Erin’s mom, Joanne, told me she’d been watching YouTube videos to learn how to create an arbor floral arrangement and a bridal bouquet for her daughter. Together they created a soft, romantic and very natural feel. What a stunning success for this beautiful Boho bride. Congratulations Erin and Chris!
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