There is so much to love about this sweet autumn wedding, and the first thing I can think of as I sit to write about it is how grateful I am to Whitney and Jake that I got to be a part of it. I just genuinely enjoyed every part of talking with Whitney, planning the flowers, receiving their lovely stationery in the mail that Jake made himself, arriving at Zingerman’s Cornman Farms in Dexter and seeing how much fun this wedding party was having getting ready. It was all such a treat, and then after I saw a few teaser photos from First Comes Love Photo, featuring some adorable goats, I could not wait to see Alison’s photos, and they are seriously amazing. I am so, so grateful to her for sharing these, and so thrilled for Whitney and Jake to have such a lovely capture of their day. For more of the details and story, visit First Comes Love Photo’s blog – thank you, Alison! Warmest congratulations and thanks to Whitney and Jake!
Whitney’s bouquet was a bit natural, a bit romantic, a bit autumnal… lots of lovely textures and foliages and blooms in blush, raspberry, cranberry, and ivory.
Whitney’s bouquet featured peach juliet garden roses, burgundy dahlia, hot majolica spray roses, seeded eucalyptus, blue viburnum berries, and a mix of textured foliages
Groom and groomsmen’s boutonniere’s featured ranunculus, majolica roses, and dahlia with foliage and berry accents
Petite bouquets decorated the aisles on the intimate round seating for the ceremony in front of the lovely white house at cornman farms.
And there were goats!!
Centerpieces for the guest tables featured compotes in a white marble design and a clear glass design, filled with blush, pink, burgundy and ivory blooms with textured foliages and berries.
The head table had a foliage garland down the center, with vases to add the bridal party’s bouquets for a pop of color.