Now I've finally got to update my photo blog again! I have a lot of shoots to blog about at the moment. If you want to check out the latest post go here.
Monday, June 11, 2012
I placed two very old cherry trees, decorated with hanging flowers in small glass tubes,
on both sides of the altar.
A simple DIY - project right there.
We brought the trees indoor for the reception. Great for decorating a large hall.
The bride and the groom were brave enough to plan an outdoor ceremony. In Norway that's not to common because the weather is changing so much, but this time it turned out to be great.
If you haven't seen it, check out part I of this blog post
Saturday, June 9, 2012
Yet again I've had the great honor of making a wedding bouquet. This time with peach and gray-green colors. I went for a whimsical look but still a bit clean. "Less is more" was definitely not the idea behind this bouquet. I wanted the bride to keep discover new things when she looked at it.
1.Rose 2.Wild Chervil 3.Silver Dust
4.Eucalyptus 5.Cherry tree 6.Carnation flower
7.Astrantia 8.Peony 9.Small pine cones
Pretty, pretty flowers
A detail for the bride, meaning something special for her.
The next blogpost will be about the other flower decorations I did in this wedding.
Friday, June 8, 2012
An old beautiful plank just became our new shelf, old boilers are great for herbs and other plants. I LOVE summertime! With these pictures I'm joining NIB's contest in the last minute. This month challenge is "garden / patio". See more contributions here.
Tomorrow it's all about flowers and weddings!