July wedding design that highlights the beauty of the farm. Per request of the couple, all decor is aimed to be sustainable, wasteless, and socially responsible. Materials were foraged from nine local farms, and guests took most arrangements home. An open palette of florals and color, with plenty of surprising elements throughout the evening.     Ceremony included camellia branches (later mulched on site) tied together to form "trees", and an assortment of potted plants.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

July wedding design that highlights the beauty of the farm. Per request of the couple, all decor is aimed to be sustainable, wasteless, and socially responsible. Materials were foraged from nine local farms, and guests took most arrangements home. An open palette of florals and color, with plenty of surprising elements throughout the evening. 

Ceremony included camellia branches (later mulched on site) tied together to form "trees", and an assortment of potted plants.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  One of the few "imported" elements, peonies! The bride and groom with simple but beautiful pink peonies.    Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

One of the few "imported" elements, peonies! The bride and groom with simple but beautiful pink peonies. 

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  Whimsical baby terrariums.     Colorful boutonnieres and corsages of gomphrena, echinacea, zinnia, and strawflowers are tied with purple satin ribbon for family members.     Photo (R):  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

Whimsical baby terrariums. 

Colorful boutonnieres and corsages of gomphrena, echinacea, zinnia, and strawflowers are tied with purple satin ribbon for family members.  

Photo (R): Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  Bridesmaids in blush carry deep purple bouquets of dahlia and snapdragons.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

Bridesmaids in blush carry deep purple bouquets of dahlia and snapdragons.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  Ready to walk down the aisle! Flowers for the flower girl and ring bearer.    Photo (L):  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

Ready to walk down the aisle! Flowers for the flower girl and ring bearer. 

Photo (L): Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  "Seeding" cards displayed in trays filled with moss. Rosemary and pink zinnia add a touch of color and fragrance.    Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

"Seeding" cards displayed in trays filled with moss. Rosemary and pink zinnia add a touch of color and fragrance. 

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  Local blue delphinium.    A statement bar piece.   Photo: Kova Jurn  Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

Local blue delphinium.

A statement bar piece.

Photo: Kova Jurn

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  En route to dinner, radiant red florals in celebration of the bride's Chinese heritage.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

En route to dinner, radiant red florals in celebration of the bride's Chinese heritage.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  Dinner is an eclectic mix of cut florals, potted plants and succulents, designed in white ceramic and clear glass vessels.    Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

Dinner is an eclectic mix of cut florals, potted plants and succulents, designed in white ceramic and clear glass vessels. 

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  On some tables, soy pillar candles are elevated from the tables to add just a bit of height.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

On some tables, soy pillar candles are elevated from the tables to add just a bit of height.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  On other tables, gold lanterns add ambiance. Flowers include rosemary, echinacea, zinnia, snapdragons, and dahlia.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

On other tables, gold lanterns add ambiance. Flowers include rosemary, echinacea, zinnia, snapdragons, and dahlia.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  Terrariums of succulents on a few tables, surrounded by soy floating candles.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

Terrariums of succulents on a few tables, surrounded by soy floating candles.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  The evening culminates with dancing, and an intimate lounge area for guests to relax.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

The evening culminates with dancing, and an intimate lounge area for guests to relax.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

  July wedding design that highlights the beauty of the farm. Per request of the couple, all decor is aimed to be sustainable, wasteless, and socially responsible. Materials were foraged from nine local farms, and guests took most arrangements home. An open palette of florals and color, with plenty of surprising elements throughout the evening.     Ceremony included camellia branches (later mulched on site) tied together to form "trees", and an assortment of potted plants.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  One of the few "imported" elements, peonies! The bride and groom with simple but beautiful pink peonies.    Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  Whimsical baby terrariums.     Colorful boutonnieres and corsages of gomphrena, echinacea, zinnia, and strawflowers are tied with purple satin ribbon for family members.     Photo (R):  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  Bridesmaids in blush carry deep purple bouquets of dahlia and snapdragons.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  Ready to walk down the aisle! Flowers for the flower girl and ring bearer.    Photo (L):  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  "Seeding" cards displayed in trays filled with moss. Rosemary and pink zinnia add a touch of color and fragrance.    Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  Local blue delphinium.    A statement bar piece.   Photo: Kova Jurn  Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  En route to dinner, radiant red florals in celebration of the bride's Chinese heritage.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  Dinner is an eclectic mix of cut florals, potted plants and succulents, designed in white ceramic and clear glass vessels.    Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  On some tables, soy pillar candles are elevated from the tables to add just a bit of height.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  On other tables, gold lanterns add ambiance. Flowers include rosemary, echinacea, zinnia, snapdragons, and dahlia.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  Terrariums of succulents on a few tables, surrounded by soy floating candles.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
 Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events
  The evening culminates with dancing, and an intimate lounge area for guests to relax.   Photo:  Erik Ekroth Photography   Planner:  Laura Remmert Events

July wedding design that highlights the beauty of the farm. Per request of the couple, all decor is aimed to be sustainable, wasteless, and socially responsible. Materials were foraged from nine local farms, and guests took most arrangements home. An open palette of florals and color, with plenty of surprising elements throughout the evening. 

Ceremony included camellia branches (later mulched on site) tied together to form "trees", and an assortment of potted plants.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

One of the few "imported" elements, peonies! The bride and groom with simple but beautiful pink peonies. 

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

Whimsical baby terrariums. 

Colorful boutonnieres and corsages of gomphrena, echinacea, zinnia, and strawflowers are tied with purple satin ribbon for family members.  

Photo (R): Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

Bridesmaids in blush carry deep purple bouquets of dahlia and snapdragons.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

Ready to walk down the aisle! Flowers for the flower girl and ring bearer. 

Photo (L): Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

"Seeding" cards displayed in trays filled with moss. Rosemary and pink zinnia add a touch of color and fragrance. 

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

Local blue delphinium.

A statement bar piece.

Photo: Kova Jurn

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

En route to dinner, radiant red florals in celebration of the bride's Chinese heritage.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

Dinner is an eclectic mix of cut florals, potted plants and succulents, designed in white ceramic and clear glass vessels. 

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

On some tables, soy pillar candles are elevated from the tables to add just a bit of height.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

On other tables, gold lanterns add ambiance. Flowers include rosemary, echinacea, zinnia, snapdragons, and dahlia.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

Terrariums of succulents on a few tables, surrounded by soy floating candles.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

The evening culminates with dancing, and an intimate lounge area for guests to relax.

Photo: Erik Ekroth Photography

Planner: Laura Remmert Events

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