Love pretty pictures of flowers? Us too.
Say hi to the very first issue of Pennsylvania Flowers Magazine, the brainchild of uber-talented wedding photographer and Flutter Social member Sarah Collier (Taken by Sarah Photography). The magazine takes us behind the scenes with some of the best florists and flower farmers in the business through Sarah's lens.
Here's what we love about it
Besides being loaded with gorgeous photos and creative inspiration, the first issue of Pennsylvania Flowers Magazine features lots of local female-owned business (ahem, #therosielist) including some amazing Flutter Social bosses:
Becky at RAM Floral is crazy good at flowers and creates a truly personal experience for each couple. Check out her flamingo-inspired styled shoot in collaboration with fellow Flutter Social member Sara Rea Design starting on page 15 to get a glimpse of Becky's magic.
photo by Schon Photography
Splints & Daisies Floral Design
Tara at Splints & Daisies Floral Design is the genius behind the flower skirt at the Design Sanctuary on page 36 and the florals in the moody styled shoot on page 46. To say flowers are her superpower would be an understatement.
photo by Taken by Sarah Photography
Co-hosted by Fresh Designs Florist and Shannon Wellington Weddings, the Design Sanctuary Workshop is like nothing else. Sarah's images starting on page 28 do an amazing job capturing the collaboration and creativity-filled two-day workshop, but nothing beats being there in person. Keep an eye on the Design Sanctuary Workshop website and Facebook page to get in on the next one. Rumor has it they're headed south this fall.
Keep your eyes open for other Flutter Social members showcased in this issue. We spied Lovely Bride, Conner Catering, Modern Relics, Solidity Films, Alex Schon Photography, Carly Fuller Photography, Texture Florals, Jennifer Designs Events, and Sebesta Designs. So. Much. Talent. Follow them all on Flutter Social to create an Inspiration feed you won't regret.
Gorgeous Sarah! We can't wait for the next issue.
What do you want to see in the next issue of Pennsylvania Flowers Magazine? Let Sarah know in the comments.