I just loved Amanda and Jonathan right off the bat when we first met. Kind, young, fun, cool, confident, and stylish - I was so excited to be a part of their wedding and loved their ideas for interesting textures and a very romantic arch design for the ceremony. And their wedding at Misty Farm was so beautiful and joyful! These images from Heather Jowett just blew me away - I was so, so excited from the first sneak peek she posted on Facebook! I can only imagine how hard it is for these two to pick their favorites - there are just so many that make me think 'how awesome would it be to blow that up and frame it!'
Thank you Amanda and Jonathan - it was really such fun to create these pieces and such an honor to be a part of your wedding!!
I was so honored that Jonathan left this review on Wedingwire:
"Tracy did all of the floral work for our wedding, and it was a great choice. She was one of those vendors who you sit down to meet with, and they somehow just read your mind. Seriously, my wife had a very particular type of imagery in mind, but doesn’t know a lot about flowers and was worried we wouldn’t be able to describe it well, but right away Tracy knew what she wanted and did an *excellent* job with it. She’s very upfront with her pricing, and can help come up with several different options to fit in your budget. Just stop reading these reviews and book her. You’ve got a lot of other things to figure out for your wedding, and flowers won’t be one of them if you call Tracy."
Amanda's bouquet included ivory majolica spray roses, blush quicksand roses, caramel antique garden roses, queen anne's lace, seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus and dried lotus pods.
And how about Misty Farm moving the ceremony arch design to the reception?! That's awesome! It looks gorgeous, and it's really special for a venue to go that extra mile for their couples - awesome people at Misty Farm!