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1 week ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Rhiannon and Andy chose metallic accents to accessorize their wedding flowers for their ceremony at Full Moon Resort. The flowers were in shades of white with touches of light blue and frosty gray green foliage for a wintry feel.
Copper and silver sparkled from bouquet bindings to the ceremonial arch fashioned from copper piping to vases and sequined table cloths.
And, all in all, with twinking lights and lanterns it was a fanciful celebration that paid homage to winter's darker days and sparkling nights.
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3 weeks ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

For their January wedding at Full Moon Kimberly and Lauren chose shades of deep red and burgundy for their wedding flowers. Serendipitously or not, the color of January's birth stone shown through loud and clear on this January jewel of a day. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Absolutely beautiful !!!!!

You did such an amazing job!!! Thank you for creating fabulous beauty out of our scattered thoughts and ideas!!!

The flowers were magnificent!

The flowers were stunning!!!

The flowers were beautiful ❤️

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4 weeks ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Becca and Dave just sent me some pictures from their October 2017 wedding at The Roxbury Barn for me to share. They were (and still are apparently) head over heels about them. It's alway's appreciated to know that my work makes such an impression upon the day and gives them lasting memories.
For more, see Dark Autumnal Hues posted in October of last year.
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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

For her intimate winter wedding to Dan at Full Moon, Felicity chose greenery with wintry white flowers with accents of lavender and pink for her bouquet to keep her wedding flowers from becoming a Christmas cliche.
Tables were simply dressed with a trio of pillar candles and three bud vases of flowers and greens arranged on the table.
The effect was simple and understated, and exactly what the bride was looking for.
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3 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Christmas at Elderberry. With the 2017 wedding season winding down (one more to go in early December), we've turned our attention to holiday decorating, and reflecting on the past year.
Many thanks to you, all the brides who have selected Elderberry in past years, and to those already booked for 2018, for letting me create your flowers for your special day. To me, each wedding is a very special, personal event and the flowers I design, I hope, reflect that.
And thank you to all of you who continue to follow my work here in these posts. I greatly appreciate it and it's always a pleasure to see your names and comments and hope to for many years to come.
Here, see how Elderberry celebrates the season with a peek into our humble holiday world. Hoping to inspire your Christmases and perhaps weddings to come.
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3 months ago

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3 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Jessie and Stephen wanted to embrace the current trend of copper accents for their Full Moon wedding. In addition to coppery colors within the flowers, copper votives glowed on the tables, the bottom portions of the glass cylinder vases were sprayed with copper paint and a truly unique sculptural copper wire tree crafted by the bride's mother decorated each table. Truly unique accents that exemplify the autumnal season. ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

For their wedding on an early winter's cold day in November at The Emerson, Andi and John had already decided on bouquets of greenery with select white flowers and accents of burgundy which complemented both the frigid temperature and the warmth generated by all for the excitement of the day. ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

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4 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Coco and Gene aka Sxip (read Skip) are young free spirited millennials who have taken up residence in Woodstock largely because of its reputation and their lifestyle.
For their rather impromptu wedding (9 days advance notice) they wanted nothing traditional. A bouquet of succulents was Coco's desire, but one entirely of succulents would be very heavy and cumbersome, not to mention fragile, succulents very easily loose their "leaves".
I opted for a bouquet of unique greens with various kinds of succulents--still untraditional and unorthodox but a little more user friendly.
The only other request was for three large bouquets of greens, white flowers and succulents and a colorful "Thank You" bouquet for the owners of the farm on which they are getting married.
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4 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Flower photos of Lisa and Hyde's September 3rd wedding at Red Maple Vineyard (see Pleasures in Pink album) by Sara Wight Photography, Inc. Thank you, Sara and Lisa! ... See MoreSee Less

4 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Burgundy, wine, brown, deep red. purple, magenta, orange, yellow and green. These are the fall colors that Becca wanted for her and Dave's wedding flowers at the Roxbury Barn.
Black centered white anemones were the only light touch and as such, became a dramatic focal point in both the bouquets and the table arrangements.
The effect was stunning (and hard to photograph, unfortunately)-- crisp, dark, moody, vibrant colors that call attention to themselves and the day.
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4 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

For her autumn mountaintop marriage to Brad at Deer Mountain Inn in the heart of The Catskills, Maggie wanted a fresh and free flowing look, natural, loose and slightly over the top, with that casual Catskill luxury.
Colors were to originally be the obitquitous pink and white, but we added some autumnal flair with deeper pinks, burgundy, purple yellow and orange which really pushed the flowers to the next level and still kept that romantic look she was after.
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5 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Laura and Jason, city dwellers in the Big Apple, wanted to sneak away up into the Catskills for their VERY private wedding ceremony.
Ironically, the bride is a wedding photographer and has seen her share of weddings, all the ups and the downs, and thought better of the "production", hence the getaway.
She simply asked for a brightly colored, jewel toned bouquet and coordinating boutonniere and had a particular penchant for purple anemones and deep blue/black viburnum berries to mark their special secret day.
The result was a colorful flourish of flowers, one that will not easily be forgotten, much like their adventurous, stealth wedding day.
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5 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

The year's indisputably favorite color combo of pale pink and white takes on a slight edge with Danielle's addition of gold for her wedding at Stone Tavern Farm to Justin.
Flowers consisted of many of the usuals: pale pink and white garden roses, peach and white dahlias, stock, ranunculas as well as touches of greenery and small green succulents.
Gold enters into the picture in the reception with golden vases, chargers and gold trimmed runners bringing extra shine to the bleak and gray day.
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5 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

Brides Eliza and Sarah wanted a soft and romantic feel to their wedding at The Emerson, their celebration of their union and right to marry, so we went with traditional and ever-so-popular soft ivory and pinks in big blown garden roses, white dahlias, veronica and astilbe and greens.
The effect is decidedly romantic and befitting of two lovely ladies who which to proclaim their love for each other in front of family and friends.
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5 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

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5 months ago

Elderberry Design and Flowers

For Dominique and Wolfgang's wedding at Monteverde along the Hudson River near Cortlandt Manor, there were touches of autumn all around. Colors of rust, burgundy, blue and black, pinks and green were in flowers and fruit in lush bouquets and table centerpieces.
Vibrant color and loose, draping greenery gave the effect of breathtaking bounty and riches to be bestowed on the eyes of guests and the happy couple.
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