Showing Miss Meadow Ivy how beautiful this world is…
Eyelet maxi dress (size 0-2) | White denim jacket (similar HERE) | Espadrille sandals | Necklace | Bow sunhat |
Meadow’s eyelet lace romper, Bow headband and ruffle socks
I’ve been wanting to go to The Flower Fields for so many years and FINALLY I got to go. It’s as beautiful as I imagined it would be. It was exciting and overwhelming. I’ve never seen so many flowers before. The photos don’t really do this place justice because you can only fit so much in a frame.
I was hesitant to bring Miss Meadow Ivy here but she was so happy and smiley the entire time. No fussing or crying and this is after a million photos I made us take! Haha She seriously is the best baby and we are so incredibly blessed.
If you plan on visiting, my advice is to try to go on a weekday. The best time to go is right when they open at 9 am. Less crowds and less wait time for photos. You must purchase your ticket and reservation online. Weekends tend to sell out fairly quickly so plan ahead. I ended up buying season tickets even though the season is almost over. It made more sense to do it this way because I plan on going back a few more times and I also want to bring Milan (she was with her grandparents). If you purchase season tickets, you do NOT need a reservation. You can go anytime which is way more convenient and less pressure especially if you have little ones. I plan on doing this early next year when they first open. Peak season is from March to early April. There are still plenty of blooms but you can tell some rows are looking a little sad and sparse. It’s open until Mother’s Day which is May 9th. I would definitely recommend going. It truly is a beautiful place.:)