R & D [June 26, 2010] Hope Ranch, CA
photography by Ion Hartunian
The bridal bouquet consisted of peonies, Avalanche roses, freesia, gardenia, and English garden roses hand picked and cut fresh from Rose Lane Farms (RoseLaneFarms@SBCglobal.net) which is locally grown in North Hollywood. Lynne is wonderful to work with! All of the garden roses and garden peony roses were from her garden. They smelled as delightful as they looked. I was in Heaven and can’t wait to use some for my own wedding!
Isn’t she lovely?? And the cutest, sweetest flower girl with her pomander of sweet william.
Cheers to a wonderful adventure for the rest of your lives, R & D.
Stunning is the word I would use to best describe Ruthy on her wedding day. I would use stunning to describe Dan on his wedding day. And, stunning is the word I would use to describe Ruthy and Dan’s entire wedding day. The house they had in Hope Ranch was just breathtaking, with its ocean views from atop the cliffs… the motor court that the ceremony took place, with its serene fountain and carefully detailed paths… the hidden Japanese garden tucked along side, through a ‘secret’ entrance… JUST stunning.
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to catch a ‘glimpse’ of their wedding day. His work is stunning. I promise to return to this wedding with more detail shots of the flowers… until then, PLEASE enjoy.
R & D got married this past Saturday in Hope Ranch and I can’t tell you how lucky I felt to have been a part of their day! R is a fantastic designer (and a wonderful friend), so tis always a honor when my fellow designers ask moi for input, recs, or – floral services! I can’t wait to show you pics from their awesome photographer Ion Hartunian because first of all, R was honest to God breathtaking. Second of all, D’s not so bad himself… together, they make a dynamic couple and I couldn’t be happier for them! And lastly, the flowers by Bunch! Mucho thanks to my awesome team… who helped me in so, so many ways. And if you haven’t seen it a couple of times already, here is a sneak peek of the wreath I made for their ceremony… I think it was my favorite piece of the day: