This Couple Grew Their Own Wedding Flowers This Couple Grew Their Own Wedding Flowers
“We are both avid gardeners and have a 25’ x 30’ garden at home. We decided to grow our own flowers for our wedding.... This Couple Grew Their Own Wedding Flowers

“We are both avid gardeners and have a 25’ x 30’ garden at home. We decided to grow our own flowers for our wedding. Flowers are such a beautiful part of any wedding, but to have started them from seed, and watched them grow over the season, is really something special.”

How amazing is that! They grew their own wedding flowers from seeds! I can only imagine the joy of planting seeds, watching them sprout, then grow and blossom into beautiful flowers to adorn their wedding day. What a perfect metaphor!

Their flowers were used to decorate their ceremony and as reception centerpieces as well as for their bridal and wedding party bouquets and boutonnieres. Alyssa made Erin’s Boutonniere! She included a fishing lure and feathers to create a unique and personal finished product that fits Erin’s style perfectly!

How beautiful is their outside ceremony? They tied the knot on the edge of the water under a canopy of tall trees. They had small bags of lavender for guests to toss as they walked down the aisle.

The Heritage Barn at Memorytown is just lovely! Alyssa & Erin filled it with their DIY touches and homegrown flowers. Even their favors were inline with their garden theme. They gave guests Marigold seeds harvested right from their garden!

This PA Barn Wedding in the Poconos was so special! When Alyssa & Erin first saw Memorytown they knew this was the place they wanted to get married. It was filled with Rustic DIY possibilities, which is right up their ally.

Alyssa shared: “We first met in 2007 as coworkers. After becoming friends, it was obvious to both of us that there was a connection. Our first date was on 11.14.07 and the rest is history.”

Ring Designer: Blazer Arts
Dress Designer: BHLDN
Dress Store: BHLDN
DJ: East Coast Event Group
Event Venue: Memory Town USA
Photographer: Heidi Roland Photography