Tuesday, July 17, 2012

at Locusts

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We worked on a gorgeous wedding at The Locusts this past weekend. The staff there is overwhelmingly helpful and just a real pleasure to work with. It was the first big weekend using lots of local product from River Garden which made me really happy. Nothing like Bernadette's field flowers. Also; nothing like having you're own golf cart on site.

Nothing.

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27 comments:

Amy Febinger said...

Wow. These photos made my stomach go funny. In a good way. What beautiful flowers.

Martha said...

stunning, absolutely stunning. the previous commenter said it for me--it makes my stomach go funny in a good way!

Camille said...

I like that you occasionally have a wind-swept look--a lady who really gets into her work. If you want to spot a dedicated floral designer, look for the one who's sweaty, didn't have time for foundation, and has a large coffee tucked into her toolbox. Golf carts, huzzah!

Sarah said...

ha! camille - sweaty and saipua are mutually exclusive.

Julie said...

Gorgeous~and what a venue! Still, the flowers are the stars. Love.

Melissa Broadwell said...

Breathtaking! Shaking my head and nodding beauty. Can I ask a technical question? Do you use floral foam or frogs in your containers? I'm a self-taught designer in TN and curious. Thanks! I so enjoy your blog.

Katherine said...

I'll just be repeating what others have already said, but Wow!! Absolutely beautiful, gorgeous and stunning. Love what you did with the ceremony site.

Reuben Mark said...

fantastic

Sarah said...

Total flower heaven.

Ella said...

I wonder whether you could be as kind as to tell us what kind of camera do you use to take these gorgeous pictures. Obviously, the sensibility of the photography is superb as well as the subject, but I can not stop from wondering how do your pictures reach your signature effects and look.

Ella said...

I was wondering whether you could share with us how your images end up so beautiful. What kind of camera do you use, to which extent do you manipulate them and how far are they from the camera original once they reach the blog? I seem to love your photographic talent even more than I love your floral talent:)

Alice and Stuart said...

I have to just look away from those peach roses they are so beautiful. looks like fun!

edi gardner said...

Penetrating just like the trumpet vine that is :-)
you must get one of those Lancaster hats

Pam said...

this is all so drool-worthy! Trumpet vine - hello beauty! It looks so marvy!

Steph said...

So so so pretty it hurts.

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That peach peony is unbelievable..

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"Splendid arrangement ! Can you tell me a little more about the foliage which you used ?"

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What a great place for wedding. Looks like the outdoor place is in grassland and meadow and also, the floral decorations are beautiful.

sarah{thegreendandelion} said...

ummm...seriously insanely gorgeous! you rock.

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