I can’t believe it’s taken me three months to post this wedding. You guys, this is one of those weddings that only comes along once or twice in your career, where you absolutely love every detail and it’s exactly how you wanted it to turn out- I am so hard on myself so when I see such a happy couple and such a beautiful finished product, it makes every stressful moment worth it! Photos are all courtesy of the beautiful, loving and brilliant Breanna Marie Photography.
First off, Nadia and Tony laid clocks along their aisle all set to 11:11, a time that he texted her at throughout their relationship saying “make a wish”. His wish was always that she would be his bride.
Their colors were burgundy, blush, white and green and I tried to incorporate lots of burgundy from garden roses and fresh farm grown local dahlias.
The couple had so many personal touches on top of the clocks; they gave guests individual succulents as favors; themed their tables with classic vintage books- their favorites; and shared their written vows in beautiful, personalized journals.
The tables were laid with floral and greenery garlands and each table was named with a classic book, dear to the bibliophilic couple.
I created a special piece for the couple’s sweetheart table.
The couple rented some vintage furniture for their guests to enjoy on site. I especially loved this couch!
The groom and his attendants had blush and burgundy bouts with lots of greenery.
The burgundy, blush and creamy tones of the bridesmaids’ bouquets pulled everything together. I love how the entire bridal party was styled.
The love, sincerity and kindness of the couple and their loved ones was apparent to anyone on site. We loved setting up this wedding and meeting all the people near and dear to the couple. Here are some of the highlights of the first look and couple’s photos.
Congratulations Nadia and Tony. Much love to you both. All photos courtesy of the couple and their incredible photographer/owner of Breanna Marie Photography.