This fall we had the opportunity to work at Crooked Willow Farms. It was a beautiful, cloudy, fall day and the colors on the trees and flowers were gorgeous next to the red barns! We loved working with Melinda and Bryan. They were so sweet and had such a great vision for their wedding. We love the way everything turned out. It was an elegant vintage look. We used pewter napkins, mahogany chiavari chairs and paired them vintage milk glass, barn wood boxes, and floating candles in hobnail jars. It all came together beautifully!

The bride’s bouquet was a beautiful mix of yellows and grey with dahlias, freesia, succulents, billy balls, dusty miller, succulents and yellow wax flower. The maid-of-honor’s bouquet was mostly white with dahlias, billy balls, scabiosa pods, stock, and freesia.


The groom’s boutonniere was billy balls with oncidium orchid blooms.

The bride and groom chose to seat everyone banquet style and it turned out beautiful. We had an eclectic look with floating candles in hobnail glass, vintage milk glass and barn wood boxes filled beautiful flowers and plants in blue and yellow that included dahlias, stock, delphinium, billy balls, freesia, succulents, croton and kalanchoe plants.


Venue: Crooked Willow Farms

Photographer: Apples and Oranges Photography

Cater: Cravings Catering

Wedding Planner: Emily with Table 6



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