Terrain flower made of metal and glass beads.
#9. Foraged wild flowers, grasses and berries have made their way into our old farmhouse. On the kitchen table blooming vines mix beautifully with a single branch of Quince.
A glass full of Shenandoah Switch Grass and berries.
I love Oat Grass. It lasts for weeks in bottles of water. The leaves slowly change from green to gold.
Joe-Pye Weed is another favorite of mine. I only cut a few stalks and leave the rest for the butterflies.
A vintage metal container with Sedum joins a display of birds’ nests, stone mushrooms and my grandfather’s book.
(Photos- Martha Browne)
…Home Decorating Magazine, 1985.
Back in 2008, I wrote a fun post about wedding changes I would make. Looking at the post now, it seems a bit out of step. What’s the difference? A desire to have an even smaller and more intimate wedding.
(Terrain hat, donkey image, ring, J.Crew dress, watercolor by Lady Emma Tennant)
Terrain woven backpack with adjustable leather shoulder straps.