This September 15th wedding was another gorgeous Fall day! Abby and James wedding and reception took place at the Sugar Pine Barn at Tucannon Cellars in Benton City, WA. Beautiful venue with indoor space and amazing grounds for outdoor ceremonies.
Every detail was perfect with Amanda Bush, owner or Frankie Bea Events. Abby’s color palette included Mauve, taupe and hints of burgundy. Her cascading bouquet was stunning and all of the Fall flowers came from our fields. If you are wanting as many varieties of local and fresh flowers, you need to choose a Fall wedding date.
Congratulations to these two and thank you for choosing our flowers.
Photography: Liz Robinson Photography, Editing: Terra Nyce Photography
Planning/Coordinating: Frankie Bea Events
Venue: Sugar Pine Barn, Tucannon Cellars, Benton City, WA
Have we got you covered for Valentine’s Day or what?!?!?!
We are excited to have The Farm Shop open for our first Valentine’s Day! We will be open Valentine’s week Monday – Thursday from 10am to 5pm with the perfect florals and gifts for your loved ones or treat yourself!
Here is a complete list of events both at the Shop and beyond:
Saturday Feb 9th 1pm-3pm: Cookie Decorating Class by Marla’s Cookie Co. This will be held at The Farm Shop. The cutest Valentine’s Cookies ever! This is a beginners class and you will be impressed with your designs for sure!
The Farm Shop will be open Monday thru Friday of Valentine’s week for Valentine’s Day florals & Gifts. You can pre order or drop in and custom order. We will offer Handtied bouquets $30 ea, Vase Arrangements starting at $40 ea to Large Vase Arrangements starting at $80 ea. We will also have gifts available by the lovely French Vanilla Market. To pre order, please click on the “Purchase” tab on our website.
Handtied bouquets will also be available to pick up at French Vanilla Market in Sunnyside. First come, first serve, so do not wait! Contact them to reserve a bouquet or two!
Feb. 14th 8am to 2pm Valentine’s Day Pop Up at Blankspace Kennewick
The area’s favorite annual one-stop shop for everything V-Day is making it’s return!
We’ve put a modern spin on all of the Valentine’s staples (flowers, sweets, jewelry, coffee and balloons!). Whether you’re looking for a gift for that “special someone” or just wanting to treat yo’self…don’t miss this event!
Water From Wine Dinner at The Farm Shop Feb 14th 5:30pm – 9pm
This event will not disappoint!
Join Water from Wine in conjunction with My Garden Overfloweth for a unique Valentine’s Day dining experience.
We are offering a 5 course meal that will not disappoint. This meal will be prepared by Chef Jade, owner of Jade’s British Girl’s Treats. We are offering intimate tables for two, or we can accommodate tables for larger parties, please specify your seating preference.
Tickets include a 5 course meal, our award winning wines, a box of 4 chocolates delicately made by Jade and a floral arrangement designed by My Garden Over Floweth.
This will take place at My Garden Over Floweth’s new space located in Paterson, WA, a 30-minute drive from Hermiston, Prosser or Kennewick.
Limited seating available. $95 per person plus tax and fees.
Lindsey & Ryan’s end of September wedding was stunning. It was a bit on the breezy side, but everything came together and the details were amazing. The ceremony and reception took place at the Sugar Pine Barn in Benton City, WA, it really is an exceptional venue.
We have known Lindsey for a few years now as we have been part of the farmer’s market family! Since the day she met me, she has always told me that we would be doing her wedding flowers. I cannot believe that day has already come and gone.
We truly wish Ryan and Lindsey a wonderful and happy marriage and thank you for letting us flower you!
Photography: Liz Robinson Photography
Venue: Sugar Pine Barn Tucannon Cellars, Benton City, WA
It is always so fun and inspiring to be a part of a styled shoot, especially when Kara Durbin, owner of Kara Durbin Photography is in charge! I was honored when she asked if Hannah and I wanted to be a part of her Traveling dress series shoot. It was a Mommy and Me theme and we got to be pampered with make up and hair too.
Kara had gathered the props, dresses and asked us to create a floral installation on the chair. I used the best of what was in season on the farm which included eucalyptus, hops, roses, delphinium and stock. Hannah had the best time, she was in heaven! This was a special memory and priceless to have these beautiful photos to remember it by forever. Thank you Kara!
This sweet couple had the most gorgeous and intimate elopement at Rattlesnake Lake. They later hiked as a married couple to the top of Rattlesnake Ridge where they captured more gorgeous photos. These flowers were definitely well traveled. Madison requested a wild bouquet that was colorful and beautiful, of course! I am such a huge fan of elopements and the simpleness of what matters most. The important details are made perfect and the focus is on each other and family and friends while celebrating marriage!
You must take a look at the gallery below, absolutely breathtaking photography by none other than Alex Lasota Photography.
This was a destination wedding for Etasha and Greg. Their wedding was held in Walla Walla, WA this past Labor Day Weekend. Family and friends attended from all over, the photos showed this group’s love for this couple and they had a great time!
Etasha knew that she wanted to include her Mother, bridesmaids and Mother in Law in creating the centerpieces. Everyone fell in love with our flowers and these ladies created many beautiful vase arrangements and bud vases that adorned the long farm tables with garland.
Many congratulations to this happy couple, Etasha, you were a joy to work with!
Lauren and Marcus were wed at the Wine Valley Golf Club in Walla Walla, WA. Their special day was celebrated in late September and Lauren envisioned a gorgeous Fall color palette.
As soon as we walked into the room, we could feel all of the love that surrounded Lauren and Marcus. It was pure joy working with Lauren and her Mother and everyone we met while delivering the florals were so happy and kind! Simplicity and elegance were two words that came to mind while looking over their photo gallery!
This was not a real wedding, but I think we all wish it had been! This was actually featured in Wedventure Magazine!
Alex Lasota, owner and photographer of Alex Lasota Photography planned and designed this Painted Hills shoot with GariAnn, owner of Tin Sparrow Events and it could not have turned out more perfectly! They gathered some amazing vendors and each designed their hearts out to bring this concept and vision to life.
Please check out the vendor list below and give each of these ladies a follow if you do not already! Then feast your eyes on the beautiful scenery and photography!
Kaylie & Daniel’s 2018 May wedding was simply gorgeous!
Since it was May, peonies were a must in every bouquet and I loved the simple beauty of the white and burgundy in the bridal bouquet. This gorgeous couple had the perfect weather with the beautiful Winn Homestead barn as the venue and the rolling fields that surrounded this event.
Thank you to the amazing vendors whom helped create this special day:
This wedding was near and dear to us for many reasons. We got to watch Jordy grow up in our church family, she was always such a sweet girl and always had a smile on her face. Jordy entered our flower story on a hot summer day. Jordy and her mom stopped by our booth at the Hermiston farmer’s market and Mom let Jordy make her own bouquet. This led to Jordy helping us at market every Friday for the rest of the season. We had so much fun working with her and she soon shared our love of flowers. Jordy was a natural. She has babysat my kids and they formed a special bond with Jordy over the years. I was so honored when she asked all 3 of our kiddos to be ring bearers and flower girl. They were so excited, (unfortunately Nate never made it down the aisle, but he was very handsome nonetheless). We were equally honored to grow and design her florals for her. She LOVES dahlias and lisianthus were a must with subtle hints of burgundy and peach.
Now, Patrick enters the story! Patrick and Jordy were friends first, I remember asking her each week if they were dating and she would just blush. Soon enough, they were dating, they made it through the long distance college years and now call Colorado home. They traveled back to their hometown of Hermiston to celebrate their marriage in our home parish Our Lady of Angels. The reception took place at Echo Ridge Cellars in Echo, Or. This was the most fun I have had at a reception in a long time! From the speeches to the dancing to the unique money dance. One of the groomsmen was an auctioneer by trade, so he auctioned off a dance with Jordy and another with Patrick. The guests were all involved and very entertained. My dad ended up with the highest bid….they started the music and it was “My Maria” which was one of the songs we danced to at my wedding! Everyone danced the night away and enjoyed celebrating Jordy and Patrick. We wish them many years of happiness!