"A marriage... will give a new gladness to the sunshine, a new fragrance to the flowers, a new beauty to the earth, and a new mystery to life." - Mark Twain. Sarah and Uriah's wedding day feels like it embodied all of that and then more when you see the way they look at each other and hold each other while dancing. Sarah looked like a garden goddess in her silky wedding gown and her bouquet that looked like she could have gathered it from the woodlands. Burgundy ball dahlia's, blue thistle, ranunculus, astrantia, queen annes lace, scabiosa, red roses and hanging amaranthus with seeded eucalyptus compose a stunning bouquet she fell in love with!
Our lovely bride and groom said their I DOs at the scenic Greenfield Lake, with a pergola, dripped in smilax for a backdrop like a curtain of green looking into the forest. To go along with Sarah's simple and chic wedding gown she wore a floral crown that complimented her bouquet beautifully. Bold enough to make a statement but subtle enough to accent her natural beauty as a gorgeous bride.
After exchanging intimate vows, they danced the night away with close friends and family under the stars and edison lights covered in greenery in the courtyard of Palate. Being able to design for not only a sweet and down to earth couple, but a friends wedding is the best part. Wishing these two the happiest of marriages!
Photographer: Ethan Gaskill