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Flower Farm Wedding~Jen & Josh~7.20.2013~Loomis, CA

 

Jen & Josh

The Flower Farm Inn, Loomis, CA

7.20.2013

I’m so excited to share the “Very Berry”, Flower Farm Inn Wedding of Jen & Josh! This couple definitely had an idea in mind when they came to me. They wanted a Old World Botanical feel. They accented with antique “botanical” prints and other pieces of this era. They wanted to include all kinds of berries, fruits, pods, ferns anything with botanical interest. We softened the details with gorgeous flowers. Garden roses, peony, dahlia, hydrangea,  and a  color palette of berry, burgundy, creams, greens and a hint of rosey pinks. The accent of navy brides maids dresses was a perfect compliment. The Flower Farm Inn, Loomis , CA was the perfect back drop for their special day, with all the botanical goodness, this venue has it all!  It was such a pleasure working with this amazingly sweet couple and help them bring their vision to life! Please enjoy these stunning images by Jenn Bartell Photography + Design.

Photography by: http://jennbartell.com and http://jennbartell.com/blog

Venue: http://FlowerFarmInn.com

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9 Dec 2013

Rustic Romantic Wedding at the Forest House Lodge, Foresthill, CA-Folsom-Wedding Flowers

Rustic Romance & Love, was the theme of the day for Lindsey & Eric Taylor.  Lindsey had a vision that captured the  feel of her venue at the Forest House Lodge, Foresthill, CA.  There are many styles I love, but this one is by far one of my favorites!  I loved the textures, and unique mix of designs she chose.  I hung designs from the aisle chairs, that later were re-used on her guest tables.  A stunning sweetheart table design, graced the entrance of the room to give the “WoW” factor as you entered.  She chose all white hydrangea with curly willow for her bridesmaids.  Lindsey’s bouquet was beautiful mix of antique hydrangea, calla, roses, orchids, and wispy, woodsy textures.  I did a custom wrap on Lindsey’s bouquet, incorporating silk florets from her Mother’s bridal veil.  It is these sentimental touches that bring meaning to the most important flowers a bride will carry.  Lindsey definitely had a budget, but she knew where to splurge!  She even created her own branch designs for her guest tables, and many other personal touches that brought it all together. Lindsey has a flare for design, is now going to be working for  The Forest House Lodge, helping brides & grooms create their dreams! GO Lindsey!! It was a complete joy working with you to create your Dreams!

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13 Dec 2011