A few snippets from the Flowerwild Mayacamas Workshop. What a great couple of days. Kate, Jose and Team Hair & Makeup are such a talented crew, it was a pleasure to work with them and learn from them. No doubt Jose’s photos are going to be jaw-dropping. And Kate not only has a magic (and beautiful!) touch but is also such a kind, genuine, down-to-earth person, and the insight and knowledge she openly shared was invaluable. And to continue the lovefest I’ve started, I’ll...
I made this arrangement yesterday before heading out the door for the lake. Took some photos and left it sitting on the table. I’ll return to slimy water and wilted petals, but I couldn’t bring myself to throw perfectly good leftovers away. (I have time to blog them now because we just made seriously killer nachos and everyone is in a food coma, taking their afternoon siestas.)
Spring brides have it good. Better than they likely even know. Because in March and April tulip magnolia and hellebores collide, and the result is inevitably quite beautiful. Local fritillaria and anemones (thank you, Erin!) are just springing up, pieres still drips from the bushes outside. It’s a good time for flowers and hence, a good time for weddings. We’re prepping for another lovely collision this weekend and you can bet both stars will be in the show.