We are always excited to use locally grown flowers. We were able to use over 50% locally grown product for this romantic photo shoot located at The Honey Farm in Springboro, Ohio. Thanks Sarah Babcock Studio for taking amazing details.
Unlimited Events debuted their acrylic mundap structure available to rent as of August, 2018. We were able to decorate with a vivid and bright color palate. Orange, hot pink and yellow florals lined the aisle, topped the acrylic columns as well as accented the mundap base and top. Photo Credit: Chelsea Hall Photography
Kim and Amanda’s wedding turned out to be such a beautiful day. 60 degrees and partly cloudy created the perfect setting in upstate New York. We were excited to travel to the wedding location to participate as their wedding florist. We even brought one of our favorite photographers with us Sarah Babcock Studio.
With the royal wedding getting ready to take place, we were inspired by Kate Middleton’s bridal bouquet of Lily of the Valley and Hyacinth. With over 300 stems of locally grown flowers, this breathtaking blush and white bridal bouquet filled the room with its perfume. Lily of the Valley is one of the top loved wedding flowers for the past century! These beautiful pictures were taken at The Estate at Sunset Farm by Full Frame Photography.
A stunning bouquet of ranuculas, peonies, stock, roses and lisanthus with mixed greenery. Photographed by Sarah Babcock Studio. Greenery galore with White Ohara garden roses, white stock and white larkspurs. The greenery included Bay Leaves and Italian Ruscus. Photographed by Michael Bambino. Photography by Sarah Babcock Studio