February 4, 2016

It’s hard for me to believe that these photos are now almost two years old. Junie was my very first bride in Chico. When she came to me, I was eager to launch my business in a town I had just moved to and barely knew, and in many ways I became her sounding board for stylistic decisions extending far beyond flowers. Just a few days before the wedding (which I’ll share soon),  Junie and Bronzon and their exceptional film photographer, Laura Gordon, went to one of my favorite local spots, Table Mountain, for an engagement session. Because we had planned soft and muted wedding flowers, Junie decided to use this opportunity to order a fresh flower crown in richer jewel tones. I love the dramatic touch it added to this soft, romantic setting.

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  1. […] you read about Junie and Bronzon’s Engagement Shoot a few weeks ago, now for the wedding that followed. Nearly two years ago, May 2014, Molly Ryan […]

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