New Year’s Eve Wedding

Cameron and Jason were married at the Murphy Farm House in Queeche, VT on New Year’s Eve, followed by a very intimate (40 of their closest family and friends) reception at the Simon Pearce Restaurant just across the river. 
Cameron did all of her own planning from Texas, collecting antique clocks for clustering on the reception tables, purchasing her vintage dress from Etsy.com, and collaborating with me to create natural and elegant floral arrangements for the evenings event.
We choose glass pedestal style vases to complement the beautiful glass of Simon Pearce to be clustered down long farm tables.
Centerpieces in progress at the EH Floral Studio
Garden roses, anemones, roses, lilacs, and more were used to create the centerpieces and bouquets
Cameron purchased the gold chargers from Target for only $3.00 each!
I loved the subtlety of the clocks nestled between the flower arrangements which included peonies, lilacs, roses, ranunculus, anemones, and more.  Individual green lady slipper orchids were placed in small antique apothecary bottles for extra eye candy.
The ceremony location, Murphy’s Farm, was kept natural and simple for the ceremony featuring winter greens and lots of candle light.  I love this rustic space.
 Cameron’s bouquet included “Quicksand” roses, peonies, lilacs, anemones, and white feathers.  You cannot see it in this photo, but a small gold pocket watch was attached to embellish the wrapping of the bouquets stems.  I’ll be looking forward to the professional photos!
The bridesmaids bouquets even included blackraspberries and eucalyptus pods for added texture and memorable detail.
Congratulations & Many Thanks Cameron & Jason!
Happy New Year! 
Cameron and Jason were married at the Murphy Farm House in Queeche, VT on New Year’s Eve, followed by a very intimate (40 of their closest family and friends) reception at the Simon Pearce Restaurant just across the river. 
Cameron did all of her own planning from Texas, collecting antique clocks for clustering on the reception tables, purchasing her vintage dress from Etsy.com, and collaborating with me to create natural and elegant floral arrangements for the evenings event.
We choose glass pedestal style vases to complement the beautiful glass of Simon Pearce to be clustered down long farm tables.
Centerpieces in progress at the EH Floral Studio
Garden roses, anemones, roses, lilacs, and more were used to create the centerpieces and bouquets
Cameron purchased the gold chargers from Target for only $3.00 each!
I loved the subtlety of the clocks nestled between the flower arrangements which included peonies, lilacs, roses, ranunculus, anemones, and more.  Individual green lady slipper orchids were placed in small antique apothecary bottles for extra eye candy.
The ceremony location, Murphy’s Farm, was kept natural and simple for the ceremony featuring winter greens and lots of candle light.  I love this rustic space.
 Cameron’s bouquet included “Quicksand” roses, peonies, lilacs, anemones, and white feathers.  You cannot see it in this photo, but a small gold pocket watch was attached to embellish the wrapping of the bouquets stems.  I’ll be looking forward to the professional photos!
The bridesmaids bouquets even included blackraspberries and eucalyptus pods for added texture and memorable detail.
Congratulations & Many Thanks Cameron & Jason!
Happy New Year! 

emily

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