1908 House Wedding | Fernweh + Liebe Photography | Hatton, North Dakota

A really fun and bright wedding at the 1908 House in Hatton, North Dakota. Her bouquet was filled with stock, garden roses, and freesia and a ton of greens. I love the brightly colored flowers all pull together and look at the gorgeous greenery in the background.

Oxbow Country Club Wedding | Glasser Images | Oxbow, North Dakota

Oxbow Country Club Wedding | Glasser Images | Oxbow North Dakota

Seriously posh, filled with orchids and peonies, Kate + Josh are serious couple goals.

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Chase On The Lake | Amy Winter Photography | Walker, Minnesota

I didn’t actually meet with Erika until the night before her wedding, I love that she really just trusted me to do her wedding florals. I was so happy when she booked with me, she loves succulents, textures, and look at that dress! Their wedding was a romantic woodsy feel, and they nailed it.

I am so happy to be a part of such a sweet and loving couple’s wedding.

Everything turned out amazing - it was all so beautiful and you nailed my style down to a T! I don’t even know how you did that? Thank you for the beautiful work. - Erika

Carlos Creek Winery Wedding | Shannon St. Clair | Alexandria, Minnesota

Okay guys, when you tell someone that you want a huge white and green bouquet and you trust me. This is what you get, seriously. I absolutely love this wedding, Haylee + Seth are incredibly sweet and were so great to work with. They have an empire of healthy meal stores all over ND + MN, they are really killing the married life!

Her bouquet is one of my favorites, that’s why you see it so often on my website, my ads, my instagram, I seriously love it. It is filled with hydrangeas, roses, peonies, and a ton of ivy, such a classic color combo but freshened up with some different designs.

I’m serious when I say I love lush bouquets and this is no exception to my rule. I loved that she fully trusted me with her vision and it turned out perfect. This bouquet brings a tear to my eye, but honestly that’s nothing new. I always cry happy tears, especially when flowers are involved! 

Thank you to Shannon St. Clair for the amazing images.