Fall Wedding at Baltimore Country Club

Classic, elegant, and traditional–but with a twist. Deirdre was an exquisite bride and her floral choices were beautiful, from the pale peach and cream palette to the gorgeous Juliette roses. But many brides want to bring something just a little bit different into the mix and Deirdre’s beautiful bouquet was enhanced by a bit of an armature created with gold-dusted curly willow vine.



Scott’s bout was the perfect complement to Deirdre’s bouquet.


To follow are just a few of the beautiful photos taken by Maria of Maria Vicencio Photography. Maria and her husband Drew Miller work out of the Baltimore, Washington, Virginia area and their work is just wonderful. The slide show she put together for Deirdre and Scott certainly captured the day’s essence. And as a florist, I always appreciate the detail shots that let me showcase our work.


Table centerpieces were a mix of high and low arrangements–again, with a striking accent of gold-dusted curly willow.


 Maids and the flower girl carried nosegays.




I know it’s always a bit of a cliche to say that it was a fairy tale wedding, but, really, just look at these photos. 



You would think the bride and groom stepped off a wedding cake!



And they lived happily ever after…



2 thoughts on “Fall Wedding at Baltimore Country Club

  1. Thank you for creating such beautiful arrangements! You added to the fairy tale day!~ Deirdre’s Momma

  2. Shawn,
    Gorgeous shots of gorgeous work. I keep looking at it over and over again. We would recommend your work (and have) to anyone in need of a flourist. Please do include us in your list of references. Your work is innovative, unique and beautiful.
    Debbie ( MOG)

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