Dana & Jason tied the knot on a perfect September afternoon at the Barn at Boyden Farm in Cambridge. Both were clear on their vision and the aesthetic they wanted for their special day: rustic classy elegance with a Vermont feel. We brought it to life with a palette of pink, blush, coral, and gold that celebrated the waning days of summer and played off the glorious sunshine that kissed the Green Mountains and rolling farmland of the Lamoille River valley. Vermont grown dahlias coupled with lisianthus, roses, snapdragons, hydrangea, and feverfew stole the floral show! We loved how the gold and coppery tones of the dahlias echoed perfectly the colors of the bridesmaids dresses, how the dainty feverfew blossoms added a playful touch to the designs, and how the lush fingers of the Italian ruscus anchored the reception tables with a simple, organic vibe. We used mismatched cut glass bottles and mini vases with single stems of focal flowers paired with flickering votives in mercury glass to pull the table look together. Blossoms cut from our own garden adorned the simple three tiered cake. The showstopper for us was the birch chuppah, assembled by the couple's family. We accented with sweeping sprays of focal flowers and ruscus–the epitome of rustic elegance!
Congratulations Dana & Jason!
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