In the summer of 2013, bouquets, boutonnieres, flower crowns, decorations and vases were created and arranged for a Boston wedding.
Working with the bride and groom, we conceptualized a wall of color that spanned 60" across a museum's outer wall and hung from their roof. Multicolored circles were strung from large branches to gently sway and twirl during the ceremony.
Local flowers were collected from nearby farmer's markets, garden centers, and shops to help encapsulate the couple's woodland romance tone. Sunflowers, tea roses, ferns and zinnias stood out within the lush bouquets.
Posters, stickers, and other wedding paperwork was created to reflect the couples theme.
All images used with permission from Aiden Rhaa.