Take a cue from bygone times with a bachelorette brunch full of feminine details and spirited florals.
Ivory North’s historic barn, on 40 acres near Mora, is a picture- perfect setting for your “I do’s,”—decked out for the winter holidays or relaxed and breezy for sunnier seasons. Inside, soaring ceilings and tall windows ensure bright, airy ambiance.
Tasteful snowy-white invitations and gleaming silver script hint at the enchanted day to come; add a touch of color with branches of red solidago mixed with bleached Italian ruscus.
The mantelpiece florals continue the rustic palette, adding curly willow and white mitsumata branches for movement.
Our bouquet’s bursts of color add warmth with a cheery mix of ranunculus, roses, red solidago, yellow strawflower, ginestra and eucalyptus bonsai. For a different kind of tablescape, Abloom owner Katie Huseboe pinned flower heads to the table runner, with dried orange slices as place cards.
The bride is ready to wed in the simple and charming "Camilla" gown by Sarah Seven.