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First Garden Wedding of 2017!

What an absolutely gorgeous day for an outdoor wedding!

Their unity ceremony was a love lock that was locked onto a Mr. and Mrs. board.  The lock does not have a key and will never be removed from this board.  Love locks have been popular in Europe for years and I love the idea of adding it to your wedding ceremony.  

The "Piano Man" send-off was a fitting end to a perfect evening!

The "Piano Man" send-off was a fitting end to a perfect evening!

The ballroom was beautiful with purple downlighting, crystals draping the wall behind the head table and the ceiling.  The centerpieces were beautiful and really popped under the pin lighting.

Congratulations to Lauren and Matt!  Many, many years of happiness to you both.  

Spring Has Arrived!

What a BEAUTIFUL spring day for Lindsay and Darren!  The soft blush pink was the perfect accent to this spring day.  I just love how they paired it with navy and light blue.  The ballroom was stunning!

This ceiling decor incorporated all of the wedding touches- burlap, lace, crystals and candles.  It's so hard to capture the detail of the fabric in the photo.  It was really pretty!

They brought in the pretty little banner for the mantle.  It softened up the whole fireplace area.

We made the programs here in the bridal shop to match their invitations.

Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Blaylock!

Mr. and Mrs. Barriga!

Taylor and Bill had the most BEAUTIFUL day for their wedding! The weather was perfect and not a cloud was in the sky.

The ballroom was set with ivory and lace with touches of navy blue and purple.  

Blue is one of my favorite colors in this room.  It just looks so vibrant and pretty.

Their ceremony was performed by Dr. Louise Chickie-Wolfe.  Her ceremonies are so well done, personal, serious with a touch of humor and very, very heartfelt.  She puts a lot of effort into each ceremony and it definitely shows.  

Before the unity candle was lit, the bride and groom had their mothers each light four candles representing their life as a baby, child, teen and adult.  Louise added in anecdotes that the mothers had provided and it was really sweet and sentimental.  We did learn that the last two candles need to be tapers and NOT pillars.  It was comical when they tried to light the unity candle with the two pillars!  They improvised and used a taper candle together.  

Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Barriga!  We wish you a life of love and happiness.