All the autumn colors and textures coming together in this one! Anna and Fletcher had a beautiful wedding at Frutig Farms Misty Farm in Ann Arbor with a beautiful outdoor ceremony and tented reception. Anna asked for all the colors and textures of fall, and there were dahlias, scabiosa, berries, amaranthus, garden roses in all the blush, golden, rust, burgundy, purple tones of the season. The head table featured foliage garlands and centerpieces all down a long captain’s table. And the beautiful cake by Sweet Heather Anne featured all the autumnal colors. All these gorgeous images are by Amanda Dumouchelle - she captured so much joy with this group! Congratulations Anna & Fletcher!
Autumn dahlia love at this gorgeous wedding at Frutig Farms Misty Farm. Misty always feels like such an oasis, yet so close to Ann Arbor! Bride Rachel is a dahlia lover, and I was looking forward to this wedding all year, bringing in over 400 dahlias from amazing local growers. Especially loved decorating the arch at Misty for Rachel's ceremony - full of blush, peach, burgundy dahlias and snapdragons. It was a beautiful celebration with lots of special details, and we were so honored to create these pieces! Thank you so much to Nicole Haley who captured this wedding so beautifully!
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!
There are these moments when it feel like Christmas when photographers send images of a wedding and it's all the joy of seeing the happy couple celebrating and seeing your floral designs in action, and it's just so wonderful. This is one of those times! Thank you The Compass Points Here for these gorgeous images from Lauren and Brandon's spring wedding at Misty Farm. They were so wonderful to work with and I just was so looking forward to all the variety and texture in their flowers! Lauren had some beautiful family glassware mailed in from Massachusetts, and I was also so thrilled that it all arrived safely and was so unique to work with. The Compass Points Here captured everything so beautifully - even beautiful photos of the rain streaming down outside the barn doors that will be making people wish it rained on their big day! Congratulations, Lauren and Brandon - so honored to have been a part of your celebration!
Loved this cascading bouquet with lots of lush, natural foliage, brown lotus pods, cream majolica spray roses (just bursting open!), a hint of caramel and blush garden roses, and feathers! This was for a lovely wedding at Misty Farm in Ann Arbor - can't wait to see the pro photos of this lovely couple!
Happy New Year! So looking forward to 2015, and also loving getting in gorgeous photos from 2014 weddings - it's a great way to start things off with beautiful flowers - or at least memories - while everything is covered in snow!
Loved working with this delightful couple and their gorgeous autumn wedding at Misty Farm! For the bride's bouquet, we went with a mix of tones that for a seasonal look that was subtle - not such a traditional take on autumn, but still a classic garden-style design. I'm so pleased with the result (and so pleased the bride loved it!), something sophisticated and stylish but also natural and relaxed. The bouquet includes peachy-orange free spirit roses, pink fado roses, burgundy scabiosa, cream majolica spray roses, burgundy astrantia, and peach campanella roses together with a mix of textured foliage. Thank you Kelly Braman for the beautiful image!
So delighted and proud to be included on the Frutig Farms Vendor Love list - what a great group of vendors to be considered with, and looking forward to getting to do more designs at beautiful Misty Farms and The Valley! Thank you! Thank you Kathy Davies Photography for these lovely images at Misty Farm:
So talented Kathy Davies Photography captured these stunning images of Rachel and Anthony's beautiful summer wedding at Misty Farm Events in Ann Arbor. Rachel and Anthony had a morning ceremony and a brunch reception, which not only meant a fantastic and creative menu (I love brunch food!) but also a really memorable summer setting in the morning light. Rachel and Anthony had such an eye for charming details - I loved their vintage suitcase on the card table, and they provided lovely vintage bottles and vases for the flowers. A little bit vintage, classic, rustic, and elegant all in one.
It was such a joy working with this thoughtful and creative couple on their flower design - they wanted lovely colors - orange, peach, coral, pink, blue - and seasonal textures, and they really let me run with a wide variety of blooms and the best of the season.
Rachel's bridal bouquet featured orange free spirit roses, orange and yellow poppies, yellow parrot tulips, peach juliet garden roses, blue scabiosa, mint geranium foliage, fresh mint, lady's mantle, and dusty miller.
The centerpieces included coral charm peonies, finesse roses, peach juliet garden roses, white ranunculus, blue nigella, dusty miller, mint geranium foliage and peach parrot tulips.