This wedding was so incredibly fun to coordinate! The bride was one of the most organized people I have ever met and she was such a blast to work with. She had so many amazing details planned out for her guests, but the most impressive was the 1,000 paper crane arch she and her groom built. To honor her Japanese heritage, the bride folded 1,000 paper cranes, each one a labor of love, and the groom built the bamboo arch they were strung on. It made for the most beautiful and meaningful ceremony backdrop and I wanted to just stare at it all day. Enjoy!
This wedding was a little more meaningful for me than most. My brother is a married man, and I couldn't be happier with the woman who agreed to be his wife! They have been together since high school, and we have all been patiently (maybe sometimes a little impatiently) waiting for them to finally tie the knot. They are two of my favorite people in the whole world and designing the flowers for their wedding was so special for me. Everything turned out so perfectly for their day, and I'm so glad that they are finally married!!! Enjoy!
Most adorable ring bearer you'll ever see...he may or may not be my son...
This bride and groom were so much fun to provide coordination for! They were super laid back and just wanted to have a good time at their wedding, which they definitely did! With a candy bar, ice cream bar, and regular bar, there were plenty of things to keep the guests going! The band was amazing and there was tons of dancing and partying all night long. The ceremony itself was stunning, with the grounds of Whitehall providing a beautiful backdrop. And the gorgeous flowers were provided by none other than my good friend Lori of Wild Green Yonder!! Enjoy!