The Sowers/Parker wedding was stunning.  From the ceremony in the quaint St Patrick Catholic church in Walla Walla, to the beautiful venue, Basel Cellars…..this Fall affair was gorgeous.

The bride requested elegant and classic florals in white with hints of blush and greenery was a must.  Each table was adorned in either garland or delicate bud vases with single stems of lisianthus and greens as well as candles and votives.  Every detail was carefully considered by Gigi, owner of Gigi Hickman Events & Rentals.

Ali Walker Photography captured the day perfectly.  Please consider this vendor team for any event:

 

Photography: Ali Walker (@aliwalkerphotography on Instagram)

Venue: Basel Cellars (@baselcellars on Instagram)

Dress: Essense of Australia (@essenseofaustralia on Instagram)

Wedding Décor: Gigi Hickman (@gigihickmanevents on Instagram)

Hair: Ashley Smith (@hair_byash

Makeup: Chelsea Burkhart (@chelseabhealthy on Instagram)

Desserts: Frosted Cupcake (@frsoted_acupcakeshop on Instagram)

Calligraphy: Tessa Herres (@Hife.wund on Instagram)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Melissa & Riley were married at Camp Kiwanis in Walla Walla.  It was early September and the weather was gorgeous.  She chose beautiful colors of deep burgundy, eggplant and hints of lilac with lush greenery.  The copper arbor was absolutely stunning with the jewel toned florals and curly willow.

Many vendors came together to create such a gorgeous event.  Many thanks to everyone listed below:

Photography & Rentals: Gigi Hickman Events & Rentals, Second Shooter: Ali Walker Photography

Planner: One Love Weddings and Events

Cake: Frosted

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Payton & Bryce were married mid September at Shadow Lake Ranch in Prosser.  What a beautiful wedding party! Payton was such a pleasure to work with, a beautiful bride inside and out and their love definitely was shining brightly.

Just about every bloom came from our flower farm.  Creams, greens and pops of a plum/burgundy.  The centerpieces were created by family and friends using our basil, eucalyptus and grass (they smelled amazing).  2 floral arches were installed on copper arches, they were stunning!

Congratulations again to you both, we wish you many years of happiness!

 

Bridal Gown: Amy’s Bridal Boutique

Photography was captured by Adam Naples Photography.

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An early summer wedding and another honored opportunity to create the florals for some great friends up in Okanogan County!  Ace and Corina were married the end of June up near Brewster, Wa in a meadow.  It was so beautiful! The reception was held at the Gamble Sands Golf and Inn and a great time was had by all!

As for the flowers….Corina sent me a photo of a bouquet she like, we had a phone conversation and went from there!  We are happy to plan with you from miles away. Lots of seasonal florals including: Peonies, roses, delphinium, greens and more!  I am so happy that I got to play a small role in their special day!  Congratulations again Ace & Corina, it was a lovely day!

Photography by Chris Majors Photography, he is pretty amazing!

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May is one of my favorite months…..probably because I am a May baby!  It is also when the days are getting longer, the birds are out chirping and most importantly flowers are blooming!

We were so honored to create the wedding party flowers for McKenna and Austin this past May! She loved peonies and wanted a slightly trailing bouquet.  I incorporated roses and greens as well, it smelled amazing!  The wedding was held at the Winn Homestead in Weston, OR.  Everything was beautiful!

Photography by the lovely Alex Lasota, she only has a few dates available for 2018, so book her fast for 2019!

 

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Ok, so I have been super quiet on the blog and I am so sorry about that! This year we were blessed with so much that I was running around like a crazy person, trying to look somewhat put together.  Hoping to have a bit more work/life balance this year! So excited that my first post since this past Spring is about my good friend Anna’s beautiful wedding!

Anna & Daniel were married this past July in my hometown of Prosser, WA.  The venue was Shadow Lake Ranch, great outdoor venue with so much space!  July 1st was the date and it was pretty hot!  The best part about creating florals for your friend…..you know them so well and she was pretty much up for anything.  Having the freedom of just a color palette and the ability to walk through the flower fields is pretty much amazing!  There were garden roses, peonies, lots of greens, scabiosa and so much more.  I used our copper vases as well as our hand blown glass bud vases and incorporated her milk glass vases.

It was a beautiful ceremony and we all danced long into the night and I am so happy for my friends!  Love you Anna!

Photography by the lovely Sevlynn Photography…..I have worked with her on a few weddings and she is amazing! Stephanie lives on the East coast but travels to the PNW often so look her up on social media or her website!

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Last Friday we had the pleasure of Father Maxwell visiting our building site to bless it.  All of the materials had been delivered and the post holes had been dug.  So we thought this was a great time to have everything blessed, it never hurts to have God on your side!  It was a beautiful blessing, followed by a delicious dinner made by my Mom!  We celebrated with wine and friends.

We pray that everyone who works on this building, works in this building and visits this building is safe and feels the love outpouring from us!

Here are a few photos taken as well as a video of the actual blessing.

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Just wanted to remind everyone that we have a great event coming up in just one week now!  Saturday, May 6th from 11-3pm, we are inviting you to come to our farm!  If you have been to our Fall Fling, you will love this event just as much!  Instead of pumpkins, gourds and cornstalks, think…….hanging baskets, flowers, veggie starts and so much more.  Here is another little surprise…..we will be selling our Cafe Au Lait dahlia tubers.  There is a limited supply and there will be a limit per person but this is your one and only chance to get your hands on these beautiful flowers!

We have an incredible lineup of local artisan vendors for you to shop as well and definitely arrive hungry because there will be delicious food!

Brandi’s Creations – Local artist Brandi Dayton will be selling her paintings and prints

2 Cool Creations – Local artist Tina Murphy will bring her gorgeous handcrafted jewelry

Mimi & ruby – Local artisan Britt Woodruff will be selling her adorable bows and head wraps!

Ashley’s Birdhouses – Ashley will be debuting her sweet handcrafted and one of a kind birdhouses!

Loves to Quilt – Sandy Rowe will bring her hand sewn quilts and gift items

tsp Bakeshop – This West Richland bakery will be selling their fresh breads, pastries and cookies

AC’s BBQ Pit – Anthony & Kortnie will be selling some delicious bbq!

Live Music by our friend Jerry & Nancy Voorhies

My Garden Over Floweth – We will be selling our 12″ hanging baskets, veggie starts, fresh flowers, dahlia tubers and anything else we can think of!

33526 W SR 14 Paterson, WA 99345

Please do not rely on GPS, it has been known to lead you astray!

Directions Coming from Tri-Cities or Hermiston:

Off of 395 exit and turn onto why 14 heading West.  You will travel about 9 miles, go up a hill and there will be the Lamb Weston plant on the right, go past that and shortly after milepost 169 turn right onto our gravel driveway.  You will see 2 white posts and the flower trailer.  Keep traveling down the driveway, it turns to the left and you will see the tents.

Directions Coming from Prosser:

When you arrive at the intersection of why 221 and 14, turn left.  Travel about 2 miles headed East on hwy 14 and you will turn left onto our gravel driveway at the two white posts.  Look for balloons and you will see the tents from the highway.

We hope to see you there, shop, eat, stay and enjoy the atmosphere!  We will be praying for great weather!

Here are some photos of some of the great merchandise that will be available:

 

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We were so happy to have met Kara Durbin, a local photographer based in Prosser, WA.  It was a pleasure working with her to create a rustic and flowy bridal bouquet for the shoot she was creating.  The shoot took place just down the road from our farm at The Estate at Destiny Ridge, most of you probably recognize the name Alexandria Nicole Cellars!  Their vineyard and Estate are amazing and their wine is pretty incredible as well.  Definitely making the drive to Paterson is worth the wine and the view.

We loved Kara and her photography was beautiful and we are looking forward to collaborating with her again in the near future.  Stay tuned for more of her lovely photos and some of our floral work.

 Enjoy these photos of flowers and the beauty of Eastern WA.
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April 21st was a beautiful spring day for a wedding!  Jennifer and Juan were married at my home parish, Our Lady of Angels Catholic church in Hermiston, OR.  I think our church is one of the most beautiful churches especially for wedding photos (not that I am partial!).

Photos With Jess, did an amazing job as usual capturing their special day, you could definitely see their love for eachother!

Her florals were white, blush and shades of light pink.  The hydrangeas were gorgeous as well as the white anemones that add that little pop!

Please take a moment to enjoy Jessica’s beautiful photography! And congratulations again to this beautiful couple, we wish you the best and prayers for your marriage journey.

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