Real Wedding: Sarah and Eric at the Castle in the Clouds

Lindsey Ocker Photography

Just a few short weeks ago (June 28 to be exact), Sarah and Eric were wed at The Castle in the Clouds in Moultonborough, NH.  I had the pleasure of meeting up with Sarah and Eric for a planning session at Sonsie – one of my favorite Boston lunch spots- where we got to know each other and bond over our shared love of beer.

Planning each wedding is as unique as the couple themselves, and in this case the bride and groom had a few personal style contributions of their own. Sarah added lots of handmade details to the table settings- like custom votive holders, antiqued watering cans, and the sweetest little bird houses. Eric brought his passion for brewing beer to the party with hop buds that we tucked into his boutonniere. It’s so much fun working these personalized touches into the weddings I do.

My weekly trips to the Boston Flower Exchange give me a chance to make the most of the day by meeting with clients like Sarah and Eric – whether it’s over a meal, visiting the Be Our Guest Showroom, or a stroll through the Boston Flower Market. Since I offer event styling with my wedding services, working one-on-one like this helps me get the perfect linens and other rental pieces for each wedding.

Photographer Lindsey Ocker captured the day for Sarah and Eric – and she did an amazing job.  It is with great pleasure that I share these images that Sarah so kindly forwarded my way!


Flowers used in this wedding:

Single Peonies, Sarah Bernard Peonies, & Hostas – Sourced from Reggie Tarr of Tarrnation Farm, Franconia, NH
Double White Peonies – Sourced from EH Floral’s own gardens, Littleton, NH
“Caramel Antique”  Garden Rose
Garden Spray Roses

Featured in Smitten Magazine’s “Bright + Bohemian” Issue

Emily Herzig Floral featured in Smitten magazine

Smitten Magazine, the real-wedding inspiration and how-to resource, has included our work in their Latest Issue.

Julie and Paul Denby’s vintage-inspired wedding reception took place at the charming Franconia Inn last summer. As always, it was a pleasure to work with J Harper Photography in one of our most favorite New Hampshire venues.

In keeping with the easy-going romance of mismatched vintage vases and bowls, antique store finds, and rustic textures, we accented the neutral backdrop with big bold statement flowers like lush peonies and red poppies. We think their wedding design was both natural and elegant!

Rustic New England Wedding At Willowdale Estate

It always amazes me when the little things come together in mysterious ways — This week EH Floral was featured in Style Me Pretty showcasing a wedding that took place last June at the Willowdale Estates. This weekend, the EH Floral team was gearing up for another beautiful wedding at the same venue!

Willowdale is a graceful estate property with an old world elegance that evokes a  heartwarming ambience. Portia and Matt were clients that were introduced to me through the Boston Bridal Lounge and I loved working with them. This was a very sweet wedding in some many ways — It was important to the bride that the flowers we used had some special meaning. So Portia’s bridesmaid’s bouquets consisted of the flowers they each carried at their own weddings, while Portias brial bouquet included some of the same flowers that had been in her mother’s and grandmother’s bouquets.

To reflect the setting, but not compete with it, we had potted herbs, topiaries and garden style floral centerpieces in rustic wood boxes and caged clay pots. They were just perfect for the amazing setting.

So  thanks again Style Me Pretty, for sharing this very special wedding!

All Photos by Grazier Photography