fresh from the field

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Our last wedding couple of the season wanted the flowers to look like they had just been gathered fresh from the field. The effect was a little wild, a little whimsical, and entirely beautiful.

Sarah Vars Photography

Sarah Vars Photography

I feel absolutely full of joy when I see photos like this one of the bride and flower girl sharing a special moment over dahlias:

Sarah Vars Photography

Sarah Vars Photography

The couple got the majority of their blooms from us, and a few varieties that were out of season from the wholesaler. This is a practice I recommend to couples who have their hearts set on a flower but also want to buy local. It works out well for everyone!

Sarah Vars Photography

Sarah Vars Photography

Of course, that cafe au lait dahlia is ours :)

The couple got married in the Inner Harbor, right near where my grandmother used to live years ago. She babysat for my sister and me almost every week, and we spent a lot of time at the Aquarium and Science Center, marveling at the ducks and dragon boats and jugglers in between. I always love delivering flowers to the harbor and remembering my grandma.

Sarah Vars Photography

Sarah Vars Photography

The bride had a team of helpers, including her mom and mother in law, put the flowers together the day before the wedding. I love how unique and personal each bouquet is!

Sarah Vars Photography

Sarah Vars Photography

Wishing all the happiness that flowers can bring to this lovely couple. As the holidays approach, let's remember some moments from 2016 that made us feel this free!

Don't forget to get your holiday arrangements from a local florist. I wish you all a Christmas cookie!

Laura Beth