Sonja and Lars' wedding day was rainy, but they had a wonderful day, nevertheless, as these stunning photos show.
The colors they chose--peach, blush, sage--blended perfectly.
Best wishes and congratulations to Sonja and Lars!
Nicole and Brendan's special day highlighted the beauty of the Maine coast, as shown in this photo of the happy couple with Camden Harbor in the background.
They chose an rustic yet elegant scheme of blue and white, selecting white ranunculus, poppies, roses, dahlias, and peonies accented with touches of blue from thistle, delphinium, and lavender.
Eucalypus wreaths accented with lavender adorned the tables, along with charming, rustic lanterns.
Congratulations to Nicole and Brendan!
A June Wedding
Cari and Patrick had beautiful ceremony on a beautiful day on the coast of Maine. They choose the 1812 Farm in Bristol, Maine, for their ceremony and reception. They exchanged vows under the arbor on the lush grounds of the venue.
The bridal party's bouquets included peonies, roses, astilbe, anemones, lisianthus, and dusty miller.
For the reception, they highlighted rustic elegance, with illuminated lanterns and organic greenery.
Congratulations to the new couple, Cari and Patrick!
Some Country Western Fun on the Coast of Maine
Kassie and David added some country western flavor to their wedding in early June. They chose Harmony Hill Farm in Warren, Maine, for their celebration.
Their wedding flowers were ivories and burgundies with a touch of pink, which looked fabulous in the rustic setting.
The bride and her bridesmaids wore cowboy boots, and they looked fantastic!
Congratulations to the happy couple!
Shelley's Flowers was lucky enough this May to design and create beautiful weddings flowers for Ashley and Josh Linke. They chose the Maine Maritime Museum In Bath, Maine, for their special day.
Ashley loves an organic, rustic feel, and chose lavender and ivory roses accented with thistle, astilbe, dusty miller, and succulents.
She also selected a table runner composed of foliage, including eucalyptus and succulents, on tables with ivory tablecloths and lavender napkins. They also had a
Just like flowers, selecting a tuxedo for your special event can seem like too much of a good thing. There are so many to choose from! Shelley and her team are always here to help you make your decision. You can narrow your choices by considering several factors.
What is the theme of your wedding? If it's an elegant, traditional affair, you'll probably want to go with classic black and white or gray and white. Some other options include:
Shelley attended the Relevant Workshop in late April, which this year was held in York, Maine, at the Viewpoint Hotel. The organizers, Brea McDonald and Meg Simone, have put this amazing event together the past few years, and people come from all over to participate.
Choosing flowers for your wedding is exciting; there are so many amazing and wonderful options for you! All those options, however, can be a bit overwhelming. The team at Shelley's Flowers is always ready to help you make your floral decisions. One way to focus your choices is to include seasonal flowers.
If you are looking for something different for your wedding, why not consider a winter celebration? Most wedding venues (Favorite Maine Wedding Venues) are open year-round, and since winter is the off-season, your venue of choice, whether it be an inn, a church, or a barn, will likely be easier to book. Additionally, you may be able to save some money because you will be getting off-season rates.