Maryland Wedding Florist: Zhuolun & Weibiao

An elegant barn wedding, who would have thought?!  Zhuolun and Weibiao were the sweetest couple.  The rustic Spring Hill Manor was the perfect backdrop for their Maryland wedding.  Dear Abigail Photography did a great job capturing the beauty of this shabby chic country wedding.

European Inspired Barn Wedding

Photo: Dear Abigail Photography

I love all of the DIY wedding projects that they did with help from their family and friends including a decadent dessert bar.  Don’t those macaroons look delicious?!

When I met with Zhuolun, she told me that she wanted a unique bridal bouquet that no other bride has carried before.  As a floral designer, this was music to my ears!  We decided on a square European inspired bouquet design with purple ombre flowers including tulips, orchids, ranunculus, hydrangea, and hyacinth. For a touch of whimsy, I added trailing greens and flowers from the bottom of the wedding bouquet.

European Inspired Ombré Bouquet

Photo: Dear Abigail Photography

European Inspired Ombré Bouquet

Photo: Floral Designs by Jessi

Most brides only wear one wedding dress, but Zhuolun wore three!  Her first gown for the ceremony was by Pronovias from Jennifer’s Bridal dress shop.  I loved that her reception dresses were shades of purple!

European Inspired Barn Wedding

Photo: Dear Abigail Photography

Congratulations Zhuolun and Weibiao!  I am so happy for the two of you!  I loved being able to create gorgeous and unique wedding flowers for your special day!  I wish you a lifetime of happiness together.

VENDOR LOVE:  Venue:  Spring Hill Manor | Photographer:  Dear Abigail Photography |  Flowers:  Floral Designs by Jessi | Ceremony Dress:  Pronovias from Jennifer’s Bridal


Dover Wedding Florist: Johnny & Diane at Delaware Agricultural Museum

I wanted to wish Johnny and Diane a very happy first wedding anniversary!  I can’t believe that it has been a year since their rustic country wedding at the Delaware Agricultural Museum in Dover, Delaware.

When I met Diane, she had a binder full of ideas and knew exactly what she wanted for her special day.  I still remember when she told me that her wedding colors were burgundy and real tree camo.  You don’t hear that everyday!  🙂

I adored the old-time village behind the museum.  There was a little white chapel and little wooden houses.  It was very picturesque!

Johnny and Diane were married in front of the chapel while the guests sat on hay bales.  The aisle was lined with shepard’s hooks with mason jars filled with light and fluffy baby’s breath.  The bouquets had baby’s breath with burgundy calla lilies tucked in and were wrapped in twine.  My favorite touch was the shotgun shell boutonnieres with baby’s breath.

I loved how all of their family and friends helped set up their ceremony and reception space.  I know that this day was filled with many cherished memories.  Especially their two adorable daughters as their flower girls!

Congratulations Johnny and Diane!  Thank you for allowing me to be part of your special day!

VENDOR LOVE | Venue:  Delaware Agricultural Museum | Photography:  Tori White | Flowers:  Floral Designs by Jessi


Delaware Wedding Florist: Event Expo at Buena Vista Mansion

I am so excited to announce that I am going to be an exhibitor at an event expo at Buena Vista Mansion.  The event is organize by Ana Bowe of Top of the Vine Production.  The event will be held on Sunday, October 19th from 12-5 p.m.  The focus of the event is on local businesses here in Delaware.  You can purchase tickets to the event expo on Top of the Vine Production’s website.  This is a 21 and over event.


I will have a table set up and will be showcasing some centerpieces throughout the event space.  This event gives you a chance to meet local vendors in the event planning industry.  You can also see the gorgeous grounds of Buena Vista Mansion.  I hope to see you there!