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When planning a wedding, it can be seriously temping to get so caught up in Pinterest boards and magazine pages that you forget the most meaningful source of inspiration: yourselves! Every couple and love story is so unique, and turning to your own history for wedding ideas pretty much guarantees that your celebration will be a lovely reflection of what matters most to you. Lauren and Michael did a fabulous job of this–from travel-inspired details (I love their table names!), to meaningful readings, to subtle nods to Lauren’s favorite Disney movies, they weren’t afraid to fill their wedding with personal touches at every turn. As a result, their wedding a great reflection of them, and they also remember their engagement as an especially fun time!

Thank you so much to Meredith Sledge for sending this pretty day our way!

Tell us about finding your wedding dress. I actually found it at the very first shop I went into. I was in Chesapeake, Virginia visiting my family and thought it would be the perfect time to begin my search, instead of having to coordinate with all of them to come up to DC. I had my squad with me: my mother, father, younger sister (my maid of honor), grandmother, older sister, and one of my nieces. They helped me pick out seven different dresses, each one so different than the next, and all within my budget. I tried on each one to tons of “oohs” and “ahhs,” but all of that stopped when I tired on the last dress. Everyone, including me, was silent. We all knew! My dress was the only A-line I tried on. I never thought I would go for a fuller dress, thinking I wanted something more form fitting. This Mikaella dress made me feel like I was floating on the wedding clouds. (Side note, after I got home from buying the dress, I was looking back through my Pinterest account and realized that I had pinned that exact same dress the month before!)

We had always wanted to do a first look so we could have a more private moment together and use that time to take more pictures. Having spoken with other friends who have gotten married, they shared either how great having a first look was in saving time, or how they regretted not doing a first look because they felt rushed to take all of the pictures right after the ceremony. Something important to Michael and I was attending our cocktail hour. Since we did a first look and took our portraits and the bridal party shots then, we only had to do family pictures after the ceremony, so we were able to attend 30 minutes of the cocktail hour. Our first look pictures are my favorite pictures of the day. Getting to have that special moment for just Michael and I was the sweetest.

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? Michael and I live in DC but I grew up in Southern VA and he in California. We were not tied to any spot in particular since everyone would have to travel to the wedding, no matter where we had it. That left us with tons of possibilities! We did venue research online and picked out five that were in our budget and looked like our style (although we were still trying to figure that out!)–two in DC, and three in Charlottesville, Virginia. We liked certain aspects of each venue, but didn’t have our “aha” moment until Mount Ida Farm. It was the last venue we visited, and while we were there, we were told they were also building a brand new venue. We drove over to look at the construction, and all that was up was the main barn and one chandelier, but we knew. I loved the view of the mountains, the Restoration Hardware feel of the rough cut wood and glass chandelier, and the grove area that was going to be the ceremony area. Two days later, we signed the venue and construction was finished in November 2015.

Before the ceremony, we played covers of Disney songs. I am a huge Disney fan and had to incorporate Disney somehow without it being too cheesy. It was perfect and all of the guests noticed. When I walked down the aisle, my brother played the electric ukulele and sang “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.” That song was played the morning after Michael proposed when we were in Hawaii at breakfast by the beach. When we were thinking of what song to play at the wedding, that was the first one we both wanted. It was made even more special by having my brother play it.

Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? Michael and I wrote our own vows and read an excerpt from a poem together. Some of our favorite lines from Michael’s vows were, “If the last six years have taught me anything, I know that even the next 60 won’t be enough to show you how much I love you.” From mine: “There is something about you, an energy, presence, laugh, or smile that is electric. That is what drew me to you and hasn’t let me go. I love that you can walk into any room, make a friend, or win people over with your sweet dimples and charm. I always think to myself, wow, he is mine.” There was also a reading Michael and I said to each other before our vows, “Everything that happens is nicer with you” by Sandol Stoddard.

How did you plan for your marriage while planning your wedding? The best way we planned was through being open and honest with each other. We regularly discussed all aspects of our relationship and being married. This included all of our finances, expectations, dreams, ambitions, goals, etc. Even if those discussions were uncomfortable or hard to get through sometimes, we knew it was for the best and would get to a spot where we need to be, now and in the future.

Our favorite detail of the wedding was: We brewed our own beer that had special labels of us from Oktoberfest on it. We had a caricature artist on hand the whole evening to give our guests an even more special experience. Our guestbook was a painting of us from the Disney movie “UP,” where could sign a balloon. All of the wine and champagne we chose was from wineries we have visited in Napa and Sonoma. Instead of traditional table numbers, we named all of the tables after different countries, and the escort cards were tickets/passports to the guest’s destination (aka table). Any friend or family member could walk into the wedding and know it was ours.

Michael’s favorite dessert is pie. It doesn’t matter what type of pie, just as long as it is a pie! We had three different flavors (gooey butter, peach bourbon, and strawberry mint). We also had Georgetown mini cupcakes. Michael and I live across the river from Georgetown and always love to go to Georgetown Cupcakes. We worked with the company to design all of the fondant toppers and select four delicious flavors. For our wedding cake, we chose a simple white cake with etched-on gold. We also used a gold topper that said “You’re My Favorite,” since we say that to each other all of the time. It was simple, sweet, and delicious (honey lavender-flavored), and the sheet cake we served alongside it was champagne-flavored.

Don’t miss Lauren and Michael’s wedding film by WhiteFlair Productions below!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. We both went to James Madison University during undergrad, but didn’t meet until our senior year. I led an alternative spring break trip, and the fall leading up to it, I got to meet my co-leader. We started to hang out and he began inviting his roommates along too. One of those roommates was Michael. During our second meeting, I became bold and gave him my number, and the rest is history.
Tell us all about the proposal! To celebrate completing our Master’s degrees, Michael and I went to Maui, Hawaii with the Lee family. On June 3, 2015, we took a flight over to Kona for a night and did a five-hour night snorkel adventure to see manta rays. We were on the first part of the snorkel, when the sun was still out, and after 30 minutes or so, we began to swim closer to the boat and coral. I saw what I thought was a piece of trash on the reef and thought, wow, someone littered! I kept swimming until Michael had to ask what it was. I went back over to check it out, and on the paper was one word: “Lauren.” We swam down and got the paper, and on the back, Michael had written a note asking me to marry him. Overtaken with joy, I began to giggle and shout OKAYYYYYYYY! When we got back onto the boat, Michael gave me the ring.
When did y’all get married? April 16, 2016
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 166
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? The only point of any contention while planning was the guest list. We both come from large families and have a number of friends, and we wanted to include all of them. However, due to the venue size restrictions, not everyone could be included. Working on the list and narrowing it down was a huge headache and pain in the side!
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? $50,000-$75,000
What was one way you saved money or cut costs at your wedding? A great feature of our venue was that we could bring in our own alcohol. Instead of doing an open bar with our caterer, Michael and I selected and bought all of the wine, champagne, liquor, beer, and specialty cocktails. Not only did this save money, but we were able to select top shelf and the drinks that we enjoy. What bottles we had leftover (since we definitely over-bought), we were able to return to Total Wine and Costco for even more savings.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? We both loved wedding planning because we made decisions as a team. Drink plenty of wine and planning becomes even more fun! I would also say, don’t worry so much about hurting others’ feelings. I say this not in a selfish sense, but you will find you are more concerned about how others will feel or react than you are about your own feelings. There is a time and place to be focused on yourself, and this is one of them.
What’s next for you as a couple? What memories are you looking forward to making together? We are looking forward to enjoying every day as husband and wife. We also can’t wait to continue to travel the world and see and experience new things!

Photographer: Meredith Sledge | Videographer: WhiteFlair Productions | Planner: Two Byrds Events and Design | Venue: The Lodge at Mount Ida Farm | Florist: The Flower Box | Cake Baker: Arley Cakes | Caterer: The Local | Rentals: MS Events | DJ: Party Masters | Paper Products: Wedding Paper Divas | Bride’s Gown: Style 1959 by Mikaella | Hair and Makeup: The Spot Beauty Shop | Bride’s Shoes: “Chrissy” by J. Renee | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Styles 7289L, 7372L, 7366L, and 7257 by Alfred Angelo, Styles F15782, F15928, and F15933 by David’s Bridal | Menswear: Tuxedo by Sarno | Caricature Artist: About Faces Entertainment | Cupcakes: Georgetown Cupcakes

lisa Written with love by Lisa

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One challenge I faced when planning my wedding was that I wanted to know ALL my options before making a decision–every bridesmaid dress, every napkin color, and so on and so forth. There are countless places out there that carry wedding details and decor, but clicking through pages and pages of products is enough to make any bride’s head spin! We love sharing our favorite sources with y’all in the hopes that it’ll help you find the item you’re looking for quickly and check it off your list, freeing up time for you to shut your laptop and go hang out with your beau. With that in mind, if “find a cake topper/ring bearer pillow/getting ready outfit/chair sign” is currently looming on the top of your list, we’re delighted to introduce you to the Emily Steffen Shop!

As a wedding photographer by day, Emily is certainly no stranger to the heart and thought brides pour into planning for their big days. From her whimsical selection of celebratory cake toppers to her custom state-shaped ring pillows (which you may have spotted in Southern Weddings V7!), each product was designed and created by hand with brides in mind, and the goal of putting smiles on their faces. It would be hard not to smile unwrapping one of these sweet packages, don’t you think?

We strongly believe that a wedding is only the beginning of the good stuff: marriage. Because of this, we love when wedding details can be thoughtfully reused or incorporated into your newlywed life and/or home decor–it’s a great way to get more bang for your buck when choosing details, as well as a sweet way to remember your special day daily. Emily shares our heart for marriage, so she ensures that all of the products in her shop can be easily incorporated into post-wedding life. Can’t you picture wearing that cute “Happy Day” tank to the farmer’s market or the gym, or topping a birthday cake with a glittery “Hooray” topper? So fun!

We’re thrilled that Emily has sweetly offered to give one product of the winner’s choice away to one lucky SW reader! To enter, visit the Emily Steffen Shop and then leave a comment to let us know which item you would choose. A winner will be randomly selected on Tuesday, June 23. Good luck!

This post is brought to you by Emily Steffen Shop – thanks for your support of the brands that make Southern Weddings possible!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
  1. avatar Lindy reply

    Cute! I think I’d choose the “YAY” cake topper! You could even reuse that after your wedding for special occasions… birthdays, celebrating promotions at work, anniversaries, or just to brighten a typical Tuesday!

  2. avatar Amanda reply

    I would LOVE the OH YAY tank :)

  3. avatar Kari reply

    How adorable is the Mr. & Mrs. Cake Topper? Absolutely love it! Would be perfect for my South Georgia wedding in September!

  4. avatar Nicki reply

    Definitely the ‘today is the best day ever’ shirt!

  5. avatar Erika reply

    I love everything but the MR and MRS cake topper would fit perfectly in our wedding!

    • avatar Jessica reply

      Gold +Sparkly + Beautiful Script = can’t go wrong! love this Mr. and Mrs. Cake Topper!

  6. avatar Kaitlin reply

    Love love love the Mr. & Mrs. Cake Topper!!! I’ve been eyeing this piece for months now and think it would be the perfect fit for our classic navy & gold wedding in October.

  7. avatar Tara F reply

    The Mr. & Mrs. Chair signs!!!!

  8. avatar Lindsey Schuler reply

    IN LOVE with the “Mr. & Mrs.” cake topper! Would add the perfect touch to my wedding cake!

  9. avatar Carolyn reply

    I would probably choose the Mr. And Mrs. Chair signs, but all of her stuff looks adorable!!

  10. avatar Jessica reply

    I love the celebrate cake topper! So adorable!

  11. avatar Nicole reply

    The Mr. And Mrs. cake topper and Best Day Ever tank are definitely a toss up! Cutest items! Can’t wait to order a couple regardless!

  12. avatar Laura Caroline reply

    I would choose the Best Day Ever tank!

  13. avatar Ashley Teague reply

    The Hooray Cake Topper would be the perfect piece for #HoorayHolman this September! What a great shop thanks for sharing!!

  14. avatar Ashley Teague reply

    The gold Hooray cake topper would be perfect for our HoorayHolman wedding in September! Thanks for sharing this great shop!!

  15. avatar Jenni reply

    The “Today is the Best Day Ever” tank would be so sweet in all the getting ready photos! It would definitely keep me happy throughout the day reminding me not to stress about the little things that will inevitably go wrong!

  16. avatar Sarah Watson reply

    Cake topper!! :)

  17. avatar Heather Trandel reply

    Oh my! What a cute shop! I can’t decide between the Happy Day white Tee or the “Today is the Best Day Ever” Gray and White striped tank… Probably the tank since that is the “theme” of our wedding. It’s on the invitations, the cake topper, our welcome bags… all over! I’m so excited to be his Mrs! :)

  18. avatar Samantha James reply

    Love the happy day tank in navy! So cute! :)

  19. avatar Carley reply

    We always say “oh happy day” in our family. The Happy Day cake topper would be a joyful addition to our wedding day!

  20. avatar Heather Trandel reply

    What a cute shop! As much as I love the Happy Day tee, I’d have to choose the gray and white striped “This is the Best Day Ever” tank since that is basically the theme of our wedding! I can’t wait to become his Mrs.!

  21. avatar Meredith Brown reply

    Today is the best day ever racerback tank in grey and white stripes. Small

  22. avatar Caylee reply

    I would definitely choose the “Mr and Mrs” wedding topper! It would look perfect for our blush and gold farm wedding!

  23. avatar Amanda Purser reply

    I love the FL state ring bearer pillow! So cute and could be reused in a ton of ways!

  24. avatar Jesika reply

    I LOVE the chair signs! Especially in the Champagne Glitter – it goes perfect with out “Pop Fizz Clink” wedding theme.

  25. avatar Becky reply

    The “today is the best day ever” tank would be perfect to get ready in! I just love it!!!

  26. avatar Kathleen reply

    I would choose either the “Today is perfectly wonderful racerback tank” or “Today is the best day ever racerback tank”

  27. avatar Katelyn reply

    I would love the MR and MRS cake topper!

  28. avatar Rebecca reply

    I just love the “I am super duper loved” tank! Would make for super cute photos :).

  29. avatar Dana reply

    Thanks for introducing me to her website! So many adorable things!! While I see like 15 things that in love, the stunning gold “Mr” and “Mrs” chair signs would be beautiful at my wedding this fall!! I would definitely chose that!

  30. avatar Bailey reply

    The ring pillow is so cute! I would love a Kentucky shaped one in blush.

  31. avatar kate belgum reply

    The Mr. and Mrs. cake topper is adorable!

  32. avatar Alyssa reply

    I would choose the ring pillow in the shape of California! My fiancé is from South Carolina and I’m from California; we are having a southern wedding in SC next year but I would love to have touches honoring both our home states!

  33. avatar Emily reply

    I am in love with the Happy Day shirt!

  34. avatar Caitlin reply

    I would definitely pick the ring pillow! I still have it saved/marked in my copy of V7 for our wedding next year!

  35. avatar Ty reply

    The Mr. & Mrs. signs are pretty tough to beat! I love the modern twist on calligraphy.

  36. avatar megan w. reply

    I’m loving the “you and I are better together” tee! :)

  37. avatar Thi Tran reply

    I would love to have the Mrs and Mrs. Cake topper! Love this site!

  38. avatar Kelley reply

    I love the Hooray cake topper!

  39. avatar Lesley reply

    I would choose the “You and I are better together” grey striped tank. So cute and perfect to wear this summer!

  40. avatar Kristy reply

    I love the today is the best day shirt :)

  41. avatar Jasmine reply

    I would love the you and I are better together tank! :)

  42. avatar Mary Margaret Bielby reply

    “Today is perfectly wonderful tank in mint”

    That would be the most amazing tank to wear while getting ready on the day of my wedding! It looks so comfy and would look just absolutely adorable in photos!

  43. avatar Liz reply

    I would choose a cake topper – probably the “Hooray” one! I love them all!

  44. avatar Leah reply

    The “happy day” cake topper in champagne glitter would look perfect on my wedding cake!

  45. avatar Heather B. reply

    love all the items in the shop! the oh yay tank in royal blue would be perfect for celebrating before, during and after any wedding day.

  46. avatar Whitney reply

    Ooooh Emily’s shop is just way too cute! I’m torn between the “hooray” cake topper or “yay” cupcake toppers (we’re doing cupcakes for our guests)!

  47. avatar Matt reply

    I think I would get a cake topper – maybe the Mr and Mrs one

  48. avatar Sandra reply

    I’d love the celebrate or the happy day cake topper.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful price.

  49. avatar Abbey Angelle reply

    Today is the best day ever! What a great saying! Love that tank top!

  50. avatar Sydney reply

    Everything is super cute, but i think the “Today is perfectly wonderful” tank is my favorite. That would be the perfect shirt to wear while getting ready for my wedding!

  51. avatar Rebecca Petersen reply

    I love the mint color camera tank! This would be so fun to wear in the summer! It’s the perfect color!

  52. avatar morgan reply

    The “happy day” cake topper is absolutely perfect! I would love to have one on my buttercream cake at my wedding!

  53. avatar morgan reply

    I absolutely love the “happy day” cake topper! It would look perfect on my buttercream cake with magnolias!

  54. avatar Lauren reply

    I love the state shaped ring pillows! So cute and perfect for our NC themed wedding!

  55. avatar Molly reply

    LOVE the Mr. and Mrs. chair signs for our wedding in August!

  56. avatar Abby r reply

    Oh my heavens! I’d have a hard time picking between the mr and mrs chair signs or the mrs and mrs cake topper in champagne glitter

  57. avatar Holly reply

    I really like the silver Mr. and Mrs. chair signs. I would choose those if I won!

  58. avatar Dana reply

    I love the Oh Yay! tank! It’s perfect!

  59. avatar Catherine A reply

    Omg everything is so cute. If I had to pick one, I would go with the Mr and Mrs cake topper.

  60. avatar Stacey reply

    I love the Mr. and Mrs. cake topper!

  61. avatar Kristen reply

    I would love the Happy Day tshirt!!!

  62. avatar Quin A. reply

    I would love to get ready in the “Best Day Ever” tank!!

  63. avatar Kelly S reply

    I love the MR and MRS cake topper

  64. avatar Casey reply

    So many cute things to choose from!! I’m in love with all the tank tops in her shop, but I think my favorite might be the state shaped ring bearer pillow! Too cute!

  65. avatar Jackie reply

    The Oh, Yay tank in royal blue is super cute and the color is fab!

  66. avatar Stewart reply

    I’m all about the color mint lately so I would love to make the “Today is perfectly wonderful” tank mine!

  67. avatar Jessica Doolittle reply

    I love the happy day tank!! Adorable!!!

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With Steel Magnolias at the tip top of my favorite movie list, you can imagine my excitement when Sarah and Nick’s “blush and bashful” wedding came through our doors! Sarah is one our delightful Blue Ribbon Vendors, so we were especially tickled to see her looking lovely with her handsome beau. Add in the absolutely adorable chapel at Northwest Forest and perfectly pink details created by fellow Blue Ribbon Vendor, Two Be Wed and I’m smitten! Best of all, Sarah and Nick’s wedding day was a reflection of their sweet relationship and exactly what they dreamed it to be. I’m sure Nicole would be tickled to see the gluten-free cookie favors!

Big hugs to Mustard Seed Photography for sharing this precious pink day with us!

I am a curvy girl, so I was super nervous to go dress shopping, but at Brickhouse Bridal, the consultant was so helpful and showed me what would look good on me. It ended up being the easiest day ever and I chose the fourth dress I tried on!

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We did decide on a first look. I am a wedding photographer, so I know it helps a wedding day flow better, and we are not superstitious, so that helped in the decision! Post-ceremony, we got to go right into our reception and have fun without making our guests wait an hour for us. I highly recommend first looks to anyone I can!

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? We chose our wedding venue because it was close to home and Nick’s grandmother used to work there–there is even an island on the lake there named after her!
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We felt that a wedding ceremony with handwritten vows was perfect for us. The last year has been really hard for us, and writing our own vows was a way to tell each other and our guests how thankful we were to have each other to lean on.

Describe your wedding flowers. Our wedding flowers were one of the most important things to me. I looooove flowers! I had always wanted a spring wedding because I wanted peonies all over the place. Fawn was an amazing florist and we were lucky to have her!

Describe your wedding cake or dessert. We love cake, so of course, we had to have the best cake baker in Houston! Cakes by Gina was the one! Her cakes are just so tasty and her creations are amazing. The inside of my bridal cake was vanilla with raspberry cream filling and Nick’s cake was chocolate with chocolate filling.

For our favors, we made homemade cookies. My mom’s famous chocolate chip cookies were a must, as were my favorite cookie, macarons. Nick is half Hispanic, so his mom got Mexican wedding cookies as another option!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. After much thought and nudging from friends, we each gave online dating a try! I, Sarah, was on for about a year before we got “matched,” and Nick was only on for two weeks! I made the first move by telling him how cute his beard was. After a few weeks of emailing and texting, we met for our first date. We sat in the restaurant for about three hours before we realized how late it had gotten, and I remember thinking that I didn’t want to leave! When we hugged goodbye, he laughed and said, “Oh, I am definitely going to call you!” Well, he did, and now here we are!
Tell us all about the proposal! I had a wedding in Colorado over the 4th of July and flew back super early on Sunday morning. As I walked out of baggage claim, Nick was standing there holding my dog, Barkley, who wearing a plaid shirt, vest, and bow tie! I didn’t think anything of it, but about halfway to the car, I realized, THIS IS IT! He got down on one knee and popped the question with the ring around Barkley’s neck. It was truly the best surprise ever!
When did y’all get married? May 17, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 135
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? The biggest challenge to overcome was the opinions. A lot of people have strong opinions about weddings, but it was important to us that we stayed true to ourselves. Our wedding was exactly what we wanted and we were glad we didn’t listen to anyone but each other.
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? $10,000-$25,000
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Hire a wedding coordinator! They are the key to making wedding planning as stress-free as possible. Also, plan your wedding the way you want it. The day is about you and your spouse becoming one, not about anyone else.

Photographer: Mustard Seed Photography / Planner: Two Be Wed / Venue and Catering: Northwest Forest / Florist: F. Dellit Designs / Wedding Cake: Cakes by Gina / Rentals: Recollection Vintage Rentals and Rent Some Vintage / DJ: Jose of LG Entertainment / Bride’s Gown: Watters / Paper Products: Nib & Pixel / Hair and Makeup: Kara and Nastasia of Adorne Artistry / Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Alfred Angelo / Groom’s Attire: Versione Houston / Groomsmen Attire: Al’s Formal Wear / Macarons: Macaron by Patisse

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  1. avatar Sarah McKenzie reply

    Ekkkkk thank you so much for featuring our wedding day!!! It was the best day ever and captured perfectly by Kat! xoxoxo

  2. avatar Kelly reply

    Hi! Would you mind sharing where those beautiful pink watercolor seating cards are from? Thank you!

  3. avatar liam smith reply

    beautifully shot, the dog bowtie is quality

  4. avatar Kat of Mustard Seed Photography reply

    Thank you so much for featuring this lovely wedding we had the honor of photographing this past May! Congrats to the happy couple!! XOXO!

    PS: Kelly, the pink watercolor cards were handmade by Nib & Pixel.

  5. avatar Mikkel reply

    Such great details! I love all the soft pink…and the bride and groom look so happy! Congrats to Sara and Nick and Mustard Seed Photography for capturing it so beautifully!

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  9. avatar Thomas reply

    This is very romantic reception and beautiful stunning pictures and gorgeous couple! Love it!

  10. avatar Henry Gray reply

    This is such a beautiful wedding! This wedding is so pretty. A perfect example of the use of a pastel colour palette.

  11. avatar Jennifer reply

    Beautiful! Where is the venue? Very interested. And yes Cakes by Gina is the best!

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