A Stitch in Time II

Jen of Miss Pickles Press made two amazing signs that read “Will you marry me” and “She said yes,” printed on wood veneer and embellished with sweet floral detailing at the edges.

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We found an incredible venue in the country with a charming rustic barn, Amber Grove Inn, and called up some of our favorite people to bring this awesome story of a proposal to life.

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Jen also made all of our “memory cards.” We tied her pretty hand-stamped muslin bags along the string of yarn. Tucked within each of the bags, was a card that recalled a special memory between our two fictitious lovebirds. Sort of like a game of hide and seek, our groom planted clues for his soon to be so she could find him at the end of the string of yarn, waiting to propose.

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Vendor credits:

Styling by Courtney Spencer of Merriment Events and little white book

Flowers by Janie Medley of JM Flora and The Brides Café

Venue, Amber Grove Inn, Moseley Virginia

Photography by Kellan Studios

Paper + signs by Miss Pickles Press

Cross stitch by Chez Sucre Chez

Makeup by Erika Nixon of Makeup on Demand

Leather chairs by Moore and Giles Inc.

Headpiece by Lyndzee Ellsworth of EP Love Photography

Jill’s clothing provided by Need Supply Company

Yarn from The Yarn Lounge

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11 Responses to “A Stitch in Time II”

  1. Kim

    I’m in love! Plus this venue is right near me and I’ve actually checked it out for myself. and that headband is adorable. I love that this couple isn’t afraid to do something different. :)

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  2. Marija

    How beautiful! The photos look amazing! I especially love the last photo of the couple dancing. The bride’s hair is soo fabulous!!

    Thanks for sharing.

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