Take a peek into a wedding from last weekend. If you don’t feel love and happiness, you are dead inside.
I am honored the bride and families trusted me to take care of every detail down to the bouquets. Such a huge feat, I had to ask my co-designer, Tab, to help with centerpieces, garland and the arch. He is beyond FanTabulous!
I only hope I can be there when these lovelies begin having beautiful babies and celebrate and fawn over them as well!
Thank you for letting me be a part of this most beautiful day!
Also, thank you to all of the vendors who put up with me as well!
Hey! My Family made it to the shindig! I spent 2.3 minutes with them though I have to say, my main dude is great with clean up and conversation! I love you! Thank you for sticking with me for 18+ years and my multitude of career changes! xoxo
Here is a wedding I did this past year for a couple who love the color RED! The suite is beautiful and elegant with a punch of color to show their passion for life!
You can never go wrong with red in a wedding. I used it in mine 16 years ago in May. Don't think of the color as just a Fall or Winter color. The use of red can make a bold statement without hitting you over the head with intensity.
Basically, you can utilize your favorite color anytime of the season when combined with the right flowers and decor. Besides, it is your wedding. This is one of the few times in life you can do and choose EXACTLY what you want!
Photography: Aaron Snow Photography * Wedding Styling: Emerson Events * Invitation Suite: Chirps and Cheers
A bride I recently worked with created a unique way to present her place cards.
I created the white place card with a bone folder then wrote with black ink in a Copperplate font on the lower portion of the card. She followed up with a red wax seal incorporating her soon-to-be initial on the top of the card.
A beautiful and elegant way to do a place card or escort card for your occasion!
A romantic note given to your soon-to-be love before the wedding ceremony is romantic and just down-right thoughtful.
You are FOR SURE going to want to go back to this love note somewhere around the 7th and 14th year of marriage to remind you of this time and why exactly you got married in the first place.
HA! I kid!!!