Country Lovin’in the Pumpkin Patch
As much as I love bright colors, I can’t help but be a bit nostalgic when I work in whites. Lauren wanted neutral ivory with little punches of gold and burgundy, and it turned out to be the perfect complement to the quaint setting of Cowboy Hall at the Big Orange Pumpkin Farm in Celina, Texas. As is often the case in the weather was unpredictable, but after a brief shower during the morning, the skies brightened and hearts were light as friends and family gathered to celebrate the union of Lauren and Pedro. I was particularly touched by the very heartfelt emotion displayed by Lauren’s father as the time approached for him to watch his sweet girl marry this wonderful young man. For Lauren & Pedro’s special day, I went to one of my favorites – the Polo rose; but I could not help but add David Austin’s magnificent garden rose, Patience, to her bouquet. The fluffy petals and yummy fragrance added the perfect touch to this ivory beauty. The bouquet was finished out with gold and ivory Hypericum berries, neutral Scabiosa Pods, spray roses, Baby’s Breath, Cleopatra Fern, and delicate Honeysuckle vine. For the bridesmaids, Lauren wanted burgundy Hypericum to complement their burgundy dresses. The boutonnieres for the men were all wrapped with gold bullion wire, adding to the “rustic” feel of this dreamy white wedding. Laughing Earth Flowers would also like to thank Lori Lynn Photography for these outstanding floral photos. Additional pictures of this wedding can be found at Lori Lynn Photography.