Friday, September 4, 2009

This spectacular arrangement by Kindryn (the floral design guru here at the Cutting Garden) is a fine example of "Garden Couture"; Kindryn utilizes the myriad of plant material available here in our gardens in a sophisticated yet exciting and dramatic way.
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Saturday, August 15, 2009

The Maids bouquets in deeper pinks

The Bridal bouquet with hydrangeas from the Cutting Garden with garden roses and lizianthus

The Groom's boutonniere

A lovely circlet of spray roses and seeded eucalyptus
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The Bridal bouquet of cream and white Cutting Garden select blooms plus lizianthus, stock and gardenias. Notice the lovely delicate ribbon and pearl work on the handle

The Maids carried bouquets of blue, yellow and cream featuring Cutting Garden selections plus lizianthus and alstromeria.

Kindryn created large asymmetrical sprays for the altar of the little church in Port Gamble, WA

Here is a closeup of the altar sprays featuring dahlias, blue potatoe vine, clematis, russian sage and snap dragons from the Cutting Garden.
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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Amanda's cascade bridal bouquet

The Groom's boutonniere

The Guest book bouquet

The Maid's bouquets
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The maids carried hand tied bouquets of Cutting Garden select flowers

The guest book bouquet

sweet little girls in floral circlets

A lovely row end decorative bouquet
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Tracy and Craid were married at the Cutting Garden on July 26, 2009

This is the bridal bouquet, a cascade of cutting garden select blooms

Here is the guest book bouquet

A Mother's corsage

The Groom's boutonniere
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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Amanda walks down the aisle with her Dad

They exchange vows

The Kiss!

They are married and off to the reception!
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The pergola is covered in roses and clematis

The Gardens are full of color

the groom and officiant are ready

The flower girl and her escort are coming up the aisle
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Amanda's cascade bouquet with fresh flowers, seed pods, stephanotis and roses.

The Groomsmen's boutonnieres

Jarrod's boutonniere

The guest book bouquet
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Monday, July 13, 2009

This is Kindryn, the Floral Guru here at the Cutting Garden

She created these fun buffet table decorations in an 8 ounce mason jar

Kindryn made these boutonnieres from fresh roses and our lavender - ribbon wrapped stems

And the Bridal Bouquet for Teresa; everything from the Cutting Garden except the roses and the stephanotis!
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Teresa's wedding flowers

Kindryn, the floral guru here at the Cutting Garden arranged the pink and lavender flowers we cut on Thursday. We bought roses and stephanotis to complete these lovely arrangements and even enjoyed using some of the peonies we had dry packed in the refrigerator a month earlier.

This is a petite centerpiece

Here is one of the corsages

The Maid of Honor carried darker purples and pinks

The Groom's boutonniere was very handsome
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