The wedding business can be tough. Emotions run high. VERY high. The pressure is on. But then it all comes together. In a harmonious, beautiful and usually pretty effortless way, vendors, designers and one very special couple get to celebrate under a starry sky their love for one another and their love for their families.
Mary and Eric married on a gorgeous day on the big water this past summer. Let me just first say any couple that wants their dog in their wedding party = winning. PLUS the way that Eric looked at his bride is enough to make ME want to cry. Mary is a stunning bride and this day was another fun collaboration with so many talented vendors we are lucky to call friends.
Mary loved the lightly cascading look of a garden bouquet with long rough stems and plenty of baby's breath. The mixture of silver dollar eucalyptus and ivy grown right in our backyard was a beautiful contract that Cory captured perfectly. The arbor they married under on the beach was adorned with a special chandelier that Mary loved.
I've got a lot brewing on this here blog in the next few weeks my friends. Notes about our wolf pack, what next summer will look like for us, why I want you to think of 3 "products" you would recommend to everyone you know & what our crazy plan is for the holidays, plus a post about my weird obsession with not getting sick and the crazy things I really believe help me stay healthy during gross germ season.
A few small business items to handle: if you want a Thanksgiving centerpiece we still have a few spots left for these, they will be ready for pickup Wednesday of the holiday week. If you are considering booking for 2016 please let us know asap so we can get you down because some popular weekends are booking fast.
Love to you all. I'll leave you with a handful of images from Mary & Eric's big day.
Photography: Cory Weber Photography
Coordination: Sincerely Ginger Weddings & Events
Hair & Makeup: On Site Bridal