Tara + James | The Stone Barn at Sebago Lake

We had the pleasure of providing the flowers for Tara + James’ wedding on September 29th at The Stone Barn. The Stone Barn is a part of St. Joseph’s College and is situated at Sebago Lake in Standish, Maine. She of the Woods & Malorrie Ann Photography photographed the day.

Tara’s bouquet was wild and textural with rich, varying tones of yellow, tan, taupe and chocolate. We incorporated Crocosmia pods, Miscanthus grass, Seeded Eucalyptus and Copper Beech leaves to give Tara’s bouquet volume and interest.

Photo by: She of the Woods + Malorrie Ann Photography

Photo by: She of the Woods + Malorrie Ann Photography

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Krista + Victor

Krista + Victor married on Friday, July 6, 2018 at a private, oceanfront home in Freeport, Maine.

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Heidi Brisette, owner of SHE Luxe Weddings was the mastermind behind this wedding. The design was all about romantic white flowers and dripping, vining, greenery.

The clear top tent had hanging structures with draping greenery and Hanging Amaranthus.

Structures suspended by  Event Lighting Concepts

Structures suspended by Event Lighting Concepts

No detail was overlooked. Walnut cross-back chairs…luxurious linens and taupe colored candle tapers.

No detail was overlooked. Walnut cross-back chairs…luxurious linens and taupe colored candle tapers.

Taupe tapers with gold accents.

Taupe tapers with gold accents.

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Krista and her wedding party embodied casual sophistication. We paired crisp white flowers against rich greenery for contrast.

Jaimee Morse Photography captured this day and night perfectly.


Aurora Provisions  catered the event.

Aurora Provisions catered the event.

Wedding Planner: SHE Luxe Weddings | Photography: Jaimee Morse Photography | Floral Design: Pretty Flowers | Lighting: Event Lighting Concepts | Catering: Aurora Provisions

Overwintering Dahlias

Growing Dahlias takes a little time and patience but the reward is well worth it. Below are some Dahlias we overwintered last year for a client in South Bristol, Maine.

A Naturalized Garden in West Bath

I love this garden. We have the pleasure of maintaining this beautiful property in West Bath which was designed by Ann Kearsley of Portland, Maine and installed by Gardenform of Lunenburg, Massachusetts

With chunky pieces of granite blocks and curbing, you can't help but look down when you walk. 

With chunky pieces of granite blocks and curbing, you can't help but look down when you walk. 

A naturalized garden utilizes native plants which are low maintenance and adapt well to soil and water conditions in the area. These types of gardens also help the ecology and eliminate the need for pesticides. 

Hayscented fern and Blueberry sod. 

Hayscented fern and Blueberry sod. 

We visit this property once a week to do selective weeding and watering. The new plantings need special attention until they've established strong enough roots. 

A New Headshot

We wanted to freshen up the website, so we called up the immensely talented, Jamie Mercurio- who, also happens to live close by in the town of Bath, Maine. If you're not familiar with Jamie, you should be. Not only is she incredibly talented behind the camera, she's also hilarious.

Working in a home studio isn't necessarily always glamorous, but it is convenient and a comfortable to place to create (with a dog always by your side).

Photo credit:  Jamie Mercurio

Photo credit: Jamie Mercurio

Photo credit:  Jamie Mercurio

Photo credit: Jamie Mercurio

Flowers provided by: East of Eden Flower Farm & New England Flower Exchange | Photography: Jamie Mercurio Photography | Home based studio: Brunswick, Maine