Our good friends Jonathan and Scott played old hymns on the guitar and mandolin. I walked out to a bagpiper playing “Amazing Grace”. Once the ceremony ended we left to the Allman Brothers Tune “Revival.”
I made the ceremony programs myself. They were very simple and easy to make. I found two different weights of paper from Paper Source, and a font that I really liked. I spoke with our Officiate about the schedule, looked at few different templates and wrote them myself. I had a local printer print all the programs and place holes in the middle. All I had to do was fold, add string some raffia through the holes and place a cherry blossom stamp on the cover. My sweet bridesmaids helped me finish them!
Don’t all the adorable elements work so perfectly together? I love how they kept the decorations simple, and let the beautiful gardens be the focal point of the ceremony. Oh, and if your already familiar with the incredible, Our Labor of Love, you know they photograph couple sessions like no one else, so the next post is definitely one of my favorites…
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Today's post celebrates the meaningful details. The classical architecture of the location, paired with the elegant blush gown and rich berry-toned florals, beautifully reflect the sense of history created by the handcrafted wedding invitation suite, comprised of heirloom family love letters.
This gorgeous bridal session is full of elegant inspiration. A lace wedding dress that channels Grace Kelly but adds a modern twist? Perfect for the classic bride who's not afraid to break from tradition.