Real Wedding Story: Kaitlin & Andrew

Real Wedding Story: Kaitlin & Andrew

It was nothing but blue skies and sunshine for Kaitlin and Andrew’s April 6th wedding. The day started at Sacred Heart Catholic Church where Kaitlin and Andrew pledged their love to each other before God, their family, and friends. The Church served as a gorgeous backdrop for getting ready photos and family formals as well. Streamer wands made of fabric stripes and jingle bells created a festive exit for the newlyweds!

Real Wedding Story: Katie & Dan

Real Wedding Story: Katie & Dan

Katie and Dan’s wedding day featured a little bit of all of their favorite things, because not only do they love Disney, but they are also big fans of all things fall. Black Barn Wedding Venue provided the perfect backdrop for their wedding and even through rain drove their outdoor ceremony inside, there was so much love in their intimate ceremony.

Real Wedding Story: Kayley & Christian

Real Wedding Story: Kayley & Christian

Kayley and Christian are two of the most genuine and kind people we have ever met! Seeing the love that these two had for not only each other, but also their family and friends was so special. This wedding was a little extra fun for Amber as well, who used to work with Kayley. Guests could really feel the love and amount of thought that the couple put into all of their wedding details.

Start Your Wedding Day Off Right

Start Your Wedding Day Off Right

One of the most essential places on your wedding is actually not your ceremony or reception venue, but where you choose to get ready for your wedding and how you choose to manage that time. This is the place where you prepare for one of the biggest, most exciting days of your life, so it deserves to be more than an afterthought. Check out our tips on how to "get ready" for your wedding!

Catch Up with the Seasonal "In-Crowd"

Catch Up with the Seasonal "In-Crowd"

Flowers are one of the most noticeable details conveying your wedding style and design. Not only do they provide color, but also texture and fragrance. Your florist will help guide you through what combinations of certain flowers and greenery help to create a particular look and style; i.e. modern arrangements vs. bohemian arrangements. It's always important to trust your vendors and know that they are the professionals and that they have your best interests at heart. One way florists do that is by suggesting flowers that will be "in-season" when your wedding will take place. Using in-season flowers will not only save your budget, but also support local growers.