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Fall is a coming

September is in full swing and we’re welcoming the cooler mornings of fall.   All of the starts have been transplanted out into the field. We installed some new shade cloth to shield the brassicas from the late summer sun that has been unusually harsh over the past couple of weeks. We made a cheap […]

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Watermelons at The Farm!

In the south, Watermelons are a symbol of summer. This season, we had a small crop of 12 watermelon plants in the garden. Their ideal location is in full sun with adequate drainage. They were transplanted earlier this summer and slowly grew, demanding attention as their unruly vines creeped further and further away from their […]

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Mr. and Mrs. Marcus

08.09.2014 The ways our creative couples use our decor continues to WOW us here at The Farm. Rose and Steven filled the drawers of our shabby chic dresser with baby’s breath, deep purple dahlias and roses to create a colorful entrance where all of their guests could drop their cards in a uniquely decorated card box. […]

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Spread the Love

Helping bring Chrystal and Scott’s vision of an antique themed atmosphere was such a treat.  Laced draped straw bales were used a the entrance where guests were welcomed with tissues for drying their happy tears! Our shabby chic dresser housed a unique and creative guestbook, a Globe for their guests to sign. Along with a […]

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Rainbow Harvest from the Garden

Here are some pictures of the crops at The Farm that have been ready to harvest this week. Its mid summer and the colors of the garden are so beautiful. Beautiful tomatoes straight from the vine . Malabar Spinach. This is not technically a spinach variety, it’s a vining plant that is extremely heat tolerant […]

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Summer Harvest at The Farm

Summer is in full swing and the garden here at The Farm is looking amazing. The crops are growing by the day, and are producing huge amounts of nutritious, beautiful vegetables. Here are some of the sample boxes I put together for some potential new clients. Inside these peach baskets is an array of our […]

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E is for Everlasting

A magnolia and flower garland over the gazebo made a beautiful frame for Siera and Louis to declare their love for each other.  Not a hard thing to do for a couple as in love as they are! Each guest had a very important job to do. They were asked to write A recipe but not […]

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Sweet Memories of Burlap & Roses

We love the personality each bride and groom bring to The Farm with originality, grace & beauty.  Pastel pink roses clustered tightly together on table tops covered in soft burlap overlays giving elegance to a more casual atmosphere.  The guests signed pages in a N. Carolina photo book giving yet another way to make Ellen […]

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Rehearsal Dinner and Welcome

Nothing says welcome to North Carolina like a beautiful farm setting, comfy rockers to enjoy the surrounding mountains while watching horses grazing in the foreground.  Jamie and Scot’s rehearsal and welcome dinner was blessed with all of these beauties, topped off with adoring family and friends to share the excitement of the next days events. […]

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Elegance and Farms?

Elegance and farms are not usually used in the same sentence- but for Ashley and Josh’s wedding it is a perfect description of their very special day. White linens were highlighted with pink and purple flower centerpieces and surrounded by glass, crystal and antique silver.  All these intersected nicely with The Farms simple muted motif […]

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