This jaw dropping spread Forever Green, features one of my favorite bridal bouquets to date. A verdant bouquet of variegated white parrot tulips, hanging amaranthus and chartreuse gladiolus, finished with vintage ribbon. Vermont Vows, No. 17. Photo by Barrie Fisher.
Some brides just wanna have fun. This funky bouquet of white anemone and deep purple callas is complete with antler and white hawk feathers. Jayson Munn for Stay Stray Cat Flowers at Boyden Farm, Cambridge, Vermont.
Five Stars for Jayson Munn
I was terrified about planning this wedding. We had just moved to the area and I did not know vendors as I did in Washington D.C. Jayson was way more than a floral advisor and vendor. He held my hand and helped me in every facet of the wedding planning. He could easily be a wedding planner in addition to a florist. His flowers were exquisite. He also was a brilliant go-between for me and my daughter. She had very specific ideas which I did not get. Jayson totally did and not only executed but did so in a way that was pleasing for both of us. I would hire him in a New York second to do anything that had to do with a party of flowers.-Mary Lee Pulvermann
This dashing boutonnière is finished with one of my favorite details…the swallow tail cut. The boutonnière design incorporates a favorite ornamental plant ‘Black Aldder’. It’s the burgundy-chocolate flax leaves used as ribbon.
I have a hard time remembering how old I was when I first discovered this flower in the woods. I do remember my state of wonder and amazement at the site of the forest floor dotted with hundreds of nodding white flowers. Some even pink. I immediately gathered a huge bouquet and ran home to give them to my mother. Every year afterwards I would return to the same spot in mid May to gather my mothers birthday bouquet. It wasn’t till years later I learned they were endangered. It saddened me to learn this and quickly ended my spring ritual of gathering them. Now I just return to gaze and relive that first time I stumbled upon this enchanting flower