pot & box was recently featured in the regional
‘brides michigan’ magazine,
published by conde nast.
the editors asked for a favorite bouquet/boutonniere pairing, and a wedding of colorful, locally-sourced flowers came to mind:
From the magazine:
“I have an inspiration board in my studio tacked with photos and tear sheets I love,” says Lisa. “One of them, a photo from a J. Crew catalog, caught this bride’s eye–the shot was of wooden crates filled with dozens of beautifully ripe roses in oranges and pinks.” Using these colors as a starting point, Lisa created a bouquet that combined Michigan-grown pink peonies, orange and pink roses, and sprigs of solidago. “The solidago added texture to the bouquet, and I loved that ‘solidago’ means “to strengthen or unite” in Latin.”
The groom’s boutonniere, designed to mirror the bouquet, featured orange and pink spray roses and a sprig of solidago, and was finished with a folded double-faced satin ribbon.