a garden wedding



When someone who works in landscape design gets married, even the agaves are dressed for the occasion.

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Congratulations to Mary True and Cheryl Fippen on their recent wedding in Berkeley, California.
Thank you both for your kind permission to use these photos.
Additional thanks to Shirley Watts and MB Maher.
All photography by MB Maher.


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8 Responses to a garden wedding

  1. Kris P says:

    Absolutely wonderful! I particularly liked the container filled with shovels, rakes and other garden implements behind the buffet table.

  2. Mark and Gaz says:

    Love it! Looks so fun, relaxed and yet still very stylish

  3. I think it looks fantastic! This is the kind of environment where ANYBODY can have fun. Too many weddings are much too frou-frou.

  4. ks says:

    Well that is just about the best wedding decor I’ve seen in a long time. And who wouldn’t love to have MB taking the photos ?

  5. Great photos of what looks to have been a wonderful celebration!

  6. Denise says:

    @Kris, I liked that touch too.
    @M&G, makes me wonder if my garden is big enough for a wedding.
    @Gerhard, exactly why I skipped the formal wedding. I think I could have handled a setting like this.
    @Kathy, flowers, lanterns, the basics, and a magical result.
    @Loree, judging from the more personal photos I didn’t post, I’d say everybody had a blast.

  7. Peter/Outlaw says:

    It all works together so well! I especially like the abundance of lanterns.

  8. Pam/Digging says:

    I love these images. What a lovely party!

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