Sharing this beautiful day of Morgan and Sam’s on Once Wed!
Flowers: Bittersweet Floral | Paper Goods: Codi Ann Thomsen | Dress: Sarah Seven | Bridesmaids Dress: Jenny Yoo | Earrings: Bhldn | Grooms Suit: Jcrew | Shoes: Bryr Studio | Videography: Evan Sheehan
Counting all the ways to love London.
Corner flower shops, perfect bookstores for wondering, British accents drifting across local pubs, colorful doors steps, secret gardens, tea served with Champagne, acres of green lawn to picnic, a dream store designed from two ships filled with candy colored patterns, quite cafes, being the new home for my dearest friend Stephanie, and all your Tates.
fine art travel print shop
Holding on to every last bit of summer, surrounding ourselves with a table of friends and the scent of honeysuckle blossoms filling the air.
Scents have this amazing ability to transport us into another moment in time. The perfume of summer tomato vines, cut grass, the air after a thunderstorm, our hands after touching lavender, sheets dried in the sunshine, and honeysuckle nectar pull me into simpler days. Our backyard turns into a beautiful forrest of overgrown green vines sprinkled with white and yellow flowers. We spend summer evenings picking the honeysuckle blossoms and pulling the sweet nectar out.
As we wait for the cool nights to settle in and the leaves turn to gold, we’re celebrating the end of summer with syrup made from all our honeysuckle. Bottling up summer to make it last a little longer. The beauty of this recipe is you can use any fresh edible flower that takes you to another place. Lilac for Spring, roses and lavender for Fall. Pour this syrup over sponge cake, sweeten your tea, or make a beautiful flower scented cocktail.
Honey Suckle Syrup
1 cup HONEYSUCKLE BLOSSOMS
1 cup organic sugar
1 cup water
In a saucepan over medium heat add the water and sugar, stirring occasionally until sugar crystals dissolve. Turn heat off and add the honeysuckle blossoms to mixture. Cover so the blossoms seep for an hour, infusing the syrup with honeysuckle. When the time is complete pour syrup through a sieve into a glass container to store. Place in refrigerator for storage up to 1 month.
Recipe adapted from this LAVENDER SIMPLE SYRUP RECIPE.
And the perfect Summer’s End Cocktail featured on Snippet & Ink!!
More fun recipes from our evening, the perfect salad recipe to end summer and the best pound cake recipe to pour the syrup over.