Spring is my favorite season. One of the main reasons for that are the flowers. I was so happy that Hannah was up for up for incorporating spring flowers into her wedding design. I was able to source the most beautiful locally grown tulips for her bouquets and arrangements as well as including my favorite daffodils that I have grown. Add in one of everyone's
The big question for many couples this spring: Do we keep our original wedding date or postpone? Austyn and Aaron decided to keep their original wedding date and hold a ceremony with their families. They are planning a vow renewal and reception in September. Two days to celebrate! Small weddings have a different vibe. Of course they can still be beautiful, fun, and
The coronavirus has changed wedding plans for a lot of couples. Some, though, are still choosing to marry regardless of mandates and social distancing. I heard someone say that the virus may be changing plans but it isn't changing relationships. That is so true and why I am excited that Sarah and Mason still had a chance to get married this past Saturday. Sarah's
Our German heritage is a large part of our Southwestern Indiana culture. Our festivals, restaurant offerings, and town and street names are examples of that ancestry. The Bauerhaus in Darmstadt is an example of German style. (Also, the name of the venue and the town name is another give away!) Some of the talented area vendors gathered at the Bauerhaus in March to create
Spring blooms are out in full force and I love it! I shared some tips on bringing spring blooms inside last week. You can read more about that by clicking here. I've compiled some of my favorite spring arrangements in this post. I hope it leaves you inspired. Let me know your favorite in the comments! Do you have a favorite spring flower?