Week #9 – February 24th 2016
One of the great aspects about my work is that I get to meet and work with new people all the time.
This winter I have been meeting with brides and grooms, their moms and dads, sisters, cousins, friends and even a dog or two here and there! Recently a bride referred to me as an artist instead of a vendor and I just knew I was going to love this bride! It’s true, floral design work can be considered a form of art, but really even farming is an art form (ask any farmer!) and I felt so happy that she recognized that.
I also have the opportunity to work with many other artisans as well. Photographers, chefs, pastry makers, wedding planners and everyone involved in making a wedding day perfect for the bride and groom, they are all artists in their own way.
Here are some pictures from a photographer, friend and fellow artisan that I have had the pleasure of working with several times in the last few years named Tyson Trish. I love the clarity of his photos and how he truly captures the feeling in these moments. See for yourself below in Betty and Ray’s wedding from September 2015 at Perona Farms.