"Gratitude and reverence in all things mother earth, have become my personal life mission statement-without it, i dont know who I would be....Im so blessed to be doing what I do... always in awe of the individual and natural design of each single flower- they feed my soul and I never tire of their spirit" Susan Foy

Special thanks to all my brides and their photographers for supplying photos-I usually see you on your way to hair and make-up so it's been a pleasure to see you in all your glory.

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May 8, 2010

Dargie and Justin 5.08.2010

Dargie and Justin were an out of town couple who were as layed back and original as their wedding. No bridezilla(not that I ever have any) and "go with the flow" attitude made them a pleasure to work with even though I was contacted only months before the wedding. Their wedding was held at The Contemporary Arts Museum.Their wonderful wedding coordinator was Dawn- from Details By Dawn. .http://www.mydetailsbydawn.com/  -thanks Dawn, you were a breeze  to work with. And thanks for the great pics from Andrew Chapmen,  out of town photographer, who also does in town, http://www.acimagery.net/

This wedding was such a dream to do- I wish you could smell the photos- Dargie choose every
fragrant flower imaginable that came in white.  She had gardenias, peony, garden roses, freesia, stock,
stephanotis just to name a few.

She spared no expense on her girls, either.  There bouquets were loaded with aroma and top of the line
white flowers with accents of mini green hydrangea.

These cuties carried green hydrangea hanging balls.

And more of the same for the centerpieces- peony, roses, willow, grasses, queen anne's lace,
blueperum, stock, veronica, tulips, scabiosa it goes on and on. The fragrance was overwhelming.

Dargie with her incredibly nice parents.

Overview look of the dining area at the Center-below was the reception/lounge area.
One of the guest posing with one of the unusual art pieces.

I love this shot.

Thanks again to Dargie, Justin and family- and to Dawn and Andrew-