I made this autumn-themed boutonniere with burnt orange mums from my garden and a Golden Mimi spray rose. Burnt orange and gold is a beautiful color combination for Fall florals.
I hope that you will stop by my new blog, Morning Star Weddings, to check out the photos and wedding planning tips. While there might be a small overlap between the two blogs, I will try not to duplicate photos between the two too often. A Taste of Morning will continue to have a range of topics from food to gardening to local events and general photography, whereas Morning Star Weddings will focus on our wedding services and wedding planning ideas … oh, yes, and lots of photos!
Thanks for reading A Taste of Morning! Have a great day!
Our asters have just about gone by. The the goldenrod and sun-chokes dominate the meadown now. We had an invasion of small, green catipilars that have done our roses in this year. Hopefully, they will fill out next year.
Oh, dear, sorry to hear about the green caterpillars. My roses are not doing as well as they normally are at this time of year, either. I am very disappointed, but I can’t figure out what it is wrong. Your meadow sounds lovely.
Glad that you enjoyed your trip to CA …
Our “meadow” is actually our septic field. Meadow just seems more pleasant.
I would say so. My mother has one of those “meadows”. It is a good use of the space.
Thank you, Bernice. I am going to try to get more wedding photos before the ceremony that we have today. Wish me luck!
Beautiful. You are become quite the flower photographer Laurie.
Thank you, Ron. It is something that I enjoy : )
I want a blouse that has those colors! So pretty.