Emily was a bride-to-be who had a very specific vision for her traditional, southern-inspired church wedding which was to be held in a quaint colonial church built-in 1734. She wanted her flowers to look as if they had been foraged the morning of the wedding from a romantic white garden. Emily’s dream bouquet included French garden and cluster roses, Queen Anne’s lace, and herbaceous materials typically found in Virginia gardens. They had to be loose and carefree yet exude a subtle elegance that matched the 18th-century surroundings. As we sat with her over a cup of coffee, we created sketches. Those sketches were transformed into the bouquets and church flowers shown here. On the day of her July wedding, Emily exclaimed, “Rob and Joseph you totally got my vision!” We helped her dream become a reality.