What a summer it has been so far! We have been over the top busy with weddings this year and haven't taken the time to post many photos. Here are some snapshots of just a few of our June and July weddings. Can't wait to see the professional photos from all of the weddings that we provided flowers for!
Not only have we been blessed to work with amazing couples and their families this wedding season, we have also been blessed to partner with so many wonderful location vendors who have helped to make special wedding day dreams come true! Egypt Valley Country Club, The Cheney Place, WMU Conference Center, English Hills Country Club, Wege Plaza East Grand Rapids, East Congregational United Church of Christ, Fountain Street Church, The Salvation Army Kroc Center, The Grand Rapids Public Museum, and some very beautiful private residences!
Friday, August 2, 2013
Wedding Flower Glimpses
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Tuesday, July 9, 2013
Summer in Michigan. The Great Lakes State. Not only are we surrounded by the Great Lakes, but Michigan boasts over 11,000 inland lakes as well. Just from our home, we have 9 inland lakes within a 10 minute drive. Humidity in Michigan just happens, but when the snow is gone and the heat is on, you just have to......
Thankful to be able to stop and smell the flowers by the lake!
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Smelling the Roses...
This past weekend was very busy with 2 different weddings that Forrester Farm provided flowers for. I just posted some of the wedding flower snapshots on our Forrester Farm facebook page. We are looking forward to seeing the photographer's photos soon.
Occasionally after a big wedding, if the bridal party family decides that they have enough flowers to enjoy and don't want to take too many flowers home, we share what is left with the venue staff and my family. In anticipation of having my extended family over for dinner the day following the wedding, I scattered vases throughout the house and we are still stopping to smell the roses!
Have a happy Wednesday remembering to take time to smell the roses!
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