Cole and Ashley were secretly set up by a mutual friend. After just a few dates, they were inseparable. After a few years and even a house, Cole proposed, by the bonfire at their new home on a Friday night, to the sounds of Frank Sinatra. Their first dance was “The Best is Yet to Come” by Frank Sinatra, a little flashback to their sweet engagement.
Winter is finally here, which means the season of winter weddings is upon us! To help inspire your winter wedding floral decor, our friends over at FTD have rounded up five of their favorite bouquets and featured three popular winter wedding flowers in each. From the wild look of the scabiosa flower to the soft feel of dusty miller, these bouquets are sure to inspire brides to make their wedding a winter wonderland! Continue reading
It’s that time of year! Snow is falling all around the country and thing are pretty and white. Whether you are a snow bunny at heart or just embracing the season, adding seasonal touches to your wedding decor can keep your day unique and festive. Whether you want one or twenty snow-time touches, embrace your inner Elsa and let it go.
Ever dreamed of tulle and plaid? I have. Our Playful and Plaid winter styled shoot at Fort Admas was everything festive and fun. From the bride’s tulle ball gown skirt and holly berry head wreath to the bridesmaids pinecone bouquets and the grooms newsboy cap. This shoot was all about incorporating Christmas-esq elements without being a strictly Christmas wedding. The plaids and holly berries pulled the theme along while the lack of decorated tree kept you guessing. We can’t wait to show you the rest of the pictures, stay tuned for the full set after the holidays!