These images are from a mini-shoot last winter in collaboration with Peyton Weikert photography.
Peyton gave me free reign, so I chose to experiment with hues of mustard, berry, blush, and crimson.
To my lipstick-loving delight, the bride's lips matched the flowers
I found that white berry growing outside a Sheetz gas station- thankfully, a pair of clippers resides in the glove box of my van. I always try to include at least one foraged item in every bridal bouquet that leaves the studio. I believe those foraged pieces ground the bouquet in time and place and ensure that no one else in the world will carry the same bouquet.
Wishing you all a few hours to "drift" this week.