Rustic Brewery Wedding - Kristina and Jason

Kristina and Jason share a love for craft beer, so when they had their engagement photos taken at Port Perry's Old Flame Brewery, they knew right away they had found their reception spot! They then decided on the Palmer Park Gazebo, just steps away from the brewery as the backdrop for the ceremony. The chilly September day was truly one to remember. With all fingers and toes crossed, we willed Mother Nature to co-operate as much as possible for the outdoor portion of the event (thanks to all guests for their patience!), and the rest of the night was spent in the cozy setting of the very-cool brewery. Rustic, feminine details balanced out the masculinity of the historic building, and soft lighting and candles really added the romance factor. 

Working with Kristina and her incredibly helpful groom was really an easy feat. They are surrounded by an amazing group of family and friends who lent their support in every way possible, from crafting sessions with the bridesmaids weeks prior and hands-on help with set up from both sets of parents. Guests could feel the love in the room the whole night, and surely appreciated all of the couple's sweet touches--including a late-night ice cream truck, with red carpet and all! 

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Feeling Rosie

It seems like I blinked and suddenly the Summer months came to an end. Mine was certainly a busy one. From working at the stores, to my own wedding and decor jobs, to my sister's dance studio opening, this Summer was certainly more work than play. Luckily, it's work I love and I can't wait to share what I have been up to! This weekend, we will be celebrating some important milestones--my dad's 60th birthday and my parent's 35th wedding anniversary. I hope you have an exciting weekend ahead, and without further ado, scroll for this week's Feeling Rosie

Photo booth fun at the Luna Dance Company Grand Opening!

Fall is officially here at  Penney & Co. 

Fall is officially here at Penney & Co. 

Excited to announce Penney & Co. will be decorating Whitby's Lynde House for this year's Christmas House Tour

Luna dancers received a warm welcome on their first day of classes. 

This sums up my family's hard work this Summer!

Crushing On

One of the first arrangements I saw Michael create at Penney & Co., was a cluster of white Poms in single bud vases. Removing all of the greenery, and cutting the stems at varying lengths, the simple vertical stems made a big impact. Bud vases are also one of the best ways to save money with your arrangements, because one bunch goes a long way. Mixed vintage bottles, different flower types in the same colour, and playing with height and levels are just a few of the ways you can make bud vases work for your decor scheme. Get inspired by my Pinterest photos below, and check out where you can buy your own bud vases in the shopping section!

Shop bud vases here!

  1. Assorted colour bud vases - Ikea 
  2. Bid bud vase - Indigo 
  3. Faceted ceramic bud vase - Anthropology 
  4. Gluckstein Home bud vase - The Bay 
  5. Reclaimed Wood bud vase - Urban Outfitters