Pastels are a classic wedding palette. The look of Erin and Josh's July wedding at Discovery Lodge is timeless. If you missed the first blog post about this wedding, you can see that HERE. Today I'm revisiting this wedding with beautiful photos from Katie Rhodes Photography. Enjoy!
A beautiful church and timeless, white flowers is the perfect match. That was the combination for Kendall and Aaron's wedding ceremony at St. Bernard Catholic Church. Kendall's goal was to fill the church with flowers and candles. We started outside. We draped the railings with garlands, added wreaths, and urns filled with flowers. The softness of the
Neutral colors are always a good choice for a wedding, especially with a green backdrop from an outdoor ceremony and reception. I am excited to share these beautiful photos from Bret and Brandie Photography from Ben and Bailey's wedding this past June. If you are looking for a photographer with a light and airy style, I definitely recommend Bret and Brandie!
White weddings are a classic choice. It's something I have said here many times. But how do you make a white wedding unique? Texture and variety! Variety isn't hard to find in August. It is one of the best months for flowers--especially local flowers. Narrowing down what to use was the most difficult part of this design. This wedding included roses, spray
Rachel and Zach's wedding was full of classic, timeless design details. A white wedding is always on trend. This paired with vintage gold touches in a beautiful setting is a recipe for a design that the two of them can look back on and always love. These two were so nice to work with, too! (I know I say that a lot! I'm lucky to work with wonderful people!) I wish