Per the couple's request, Wild Green Yonder made the centerpieces with a "dried, aged, and foraged" aesthetic.
The arrangements contained elements like garden roses, dahlias, ranunculus, Queen Anne's lace, gomphrena, scabiosa, dried grasses, branches, seed pods, autumn olive, unripe persimmons, and yellowing leaves. They were placed in ceramic vases from D Ceramics. "We thought the centerpieces gave depth and tone, and they went perfectly with the linens," says Linda.
Photography: @vickigrafton | Design Concept: @lindahaevents | Florals: @lori_tran | Ceramics: @dceramics