Monday, October 15, 2012

All that was left from the Ball

As often happens, I didn't take any photos of a really great wedding.   The ceremony and the reception were at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum in Brookline.


Maggie and Aaron were married inside of the museum.  There was a giant tent for the reception on the lawn where you see the chairs here.

It was cold and windy, but the skies were blue and the air was crisp.  The amazing Lisa Rigby was the photographer and Season to Taste catered the event.

The colors were yellow, grey and navy.  My glass slipper is this collection of  yellow garden roses that were left over.





The roses were grown in Petaluma, CA at Garden Valley Ranch.  Many thanks to Fallon for putting together all the lovely shades of yellow for us.  These are still holding up.  They smell amazing.

Coming up on Friday is a wedding at Willowdale, a favorite venue of mine in Topsfield.  I'll take photos; I promise I will.





8 comments:

Jen said...

They are lovely. Yellow and grey is a great combination. I love that vase.

An Urban Cottage said...

Wow, those are a knockout! Would have loved to have seen the arrangements.

flwrjane said...

It's so difficult to concentrate on the flowers and photos of.

So many great ones get away.

But oh those roses....
xo Jane

gillian. said...

Ah! Yellow garden roses. I think i need to go buy some flowers today now!

flowers on my table said...

Hi Shelley, it is so difficult to remember to photograph Weddings isn't it. I am sure everything was fabulous. Your roses are divine and I can smell them from here. Lots of love to you, Linda x

rachel said...

Lovely. Scented roses on a cold bright day.....

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The Monkey Flower Group said...

Yay! So glad to see you're enjoying Fallon's wonderful roses! We're so lucky to have them/her : ).

Hope the drieds work out well!

xxoo,

Jaime