Thursday, November 12, 2009

Chicago- January 2010

Can we just say how much we want to go to this show?

On January 30th 2010, Chicago will be the location for a unique wedding event. The event, called Indie Wed will be the first of its kind in the Midwest, bringing together local vendors with a twist. Indie Wed caters to unconventional couples who are taking a more modern, edgy, or eco-friendly approach to their special day as well as the more conservative couples who simply want to add some special touches. The event will highlight the work of local independent designers specializing in various wedding related fields including stationery, cakes & pastries, fashion, catering, floral design and photography.

Yes, it would mean going to Chicago in January and braving subzero temperatures, but it looks totally worth it. Fingers crossed! It is always great to get to see what others in the industry are doing. Go and check out the Indie Wed site to see the awesomeness.

Monday, November 2, 2009


Is this not the most beautiful ranunculus ever? We think so.

Thanks for this awesome picture!

Tiffany and Ed- October 24, 2009

Fall may just be our favorite time of year. The weather is amazing. The colors are so beautiful. And, it is the perfect time for weddings!

Tiffany and Ed found love through E-Harmony and were an instant match. They chose to celebrate their new life together last month at a beautiful ceremony. Friends and family gathered as the two exchanged vows at Brentwood United Methodist Church on a perfect October day.

The events of the day were captured by Mahalo Photography and 2Duce2 Videography. As always, it was an absolute blast to work with Michael and Michelle from Mahalo Photography.

Tiffany chose a beautiful combination of marine blue, purple, lavender, and white for her wedding. It translated stunningly in all details of the day. The bridal party wore marine blue gowns and carried bouquets with lavender, blue, and purple flowers.

Tiffany carried a gorgeous bouquet of hydrangeas, lavender gladiola blossoms, moon carnations, hypericum berries, stock, larkspur, calla lilies, delphinium, roses, freesia, agapanthus, and limonium.

In a reception immediately following the ceremony, Tiffany, Ed, and guests celebrated at the Old Natchez Country Club. It is an awesome venue for a wedding reception with breath taking views. We love this picture of their cake by Dulce Desserts set against the backdrop of the country club grounds. It almost doesn't look real!

We had such a good time with this wedding and are thankful Tiffany and Ed allowed us to be a part of their day!