Saturday, May 18, 2013

The Merry Month of May





Flowers don't get much better than this.  May brides have access to the cream of the season.  June brides will have peonies too, but with the beautiful flowers and this amazing May weather, a wedding day right now is close to perfection.



The wedding was at the First Lutheran Church of Boston.  Really a lovely church.  Mid-Century design: simple interior, practical wooden pews.  I just wish the lighting was updated.  

Tomorrow is my first day off in two weeks.  Yay!!  Going to visit Locke Farm in Winchester where there's a donkey!! and of course, a trip to Codman to see my Girl Opal.  Might go to Darby Road in Waltham to look for a lamp.  And Russos for eggplant and berries and Pecorino Romano and rainbow carrots and chard and.....

I love May and I feel Merry


6 comments:

Amelia said...

That arrangement is perfection! Enjoy your well deserved day off.

paisleysummer said...

Absolutely perfect wedding flowers.
Enjoy your break x

Amanda (Small Acorns) said...

Oh my gosh - a lucky bride indeed, these are just stunning. The things we learn in hindsight - I'm sure when I got married I'd practically never heard of a peony. Now I think I'd definitely plan the day around the season!! Hope you're having a lovely few days off. Looking forward to hearing about the donkeys.
Amanda x

flwrjane said...

Good morning. the flowers are just right.

As is the month of May. The lusty month of May they say. Though the only thing I'm lusting over now is more peonies.

Enjoy your down time.

And take pictures!

xo J.

Jen said...

Hope you had a wonderful day off. And took pictures!

Kristyan Yankov said...

Most of the people who are in the flower business and the delivery of flowers at leat would say it and admit that this is a bit different than it looks like. And to be honest no one wants to say how things will look like in the future in this niche at least. Also more and more people would say that this is az true as it gets. So no more for me and for them.This is what separates them from the others.
Even Flowersing and http://www.nyflowerguy.com/ said it.