I'm a little late on reporting this out, but I can't miss the chance to brag on two of my favorite people. Perhaps you remember Erin + Pete, whose engagement photos I shot early this past spring? Well, that next month, they ended up hosting one of the most stunning weddings I've ever attended. Their mega-talented photographer, Andrea Dozier, submitted her photos of their wedding to the blog, Style Me Pretty. And wouldn't you know it? They were selected and featured!
As a little feather in my cap, I worked with Erin early on to design a monogram logo and invitations, and helped select a suitable color palette. However, the vision was all hers. I'm blown away by her impeccable taste and attention to detail. Check out the story for Andrea's cute little synopsis (I think she nailed their personalities quite well) or see the entire, adorable gallery here.
Enjoy a couple of my personal favorites while you're here:
Seconds after this picture was snapped, Pete was—out of nowhere—pelted in the back of the head by an entire sack of birdseed. He was a good sport, but I do believe there is still talk of retribution...
The tables were decorated with a table runner that matched the rosette detail on Erin's dress. Also, a year's collection of Mason jars that displayed a myriad of unique bouquets. How's that for attention to detail?
I just love the groomsmen's boutonnieres and ties, which were ordered by Etsy seller, Ties That Don't Suck.
Cute bags for the candy bar were run through an inkjet printer and then embellished with the stamp we had made for the invitations and the decorative edge cutter that we also bought for the invitations.
...and a little bit of something blue!
My grandmother passed away this morning. It's hard to find the words for how I'm feeling as I grapple with how to say goodbye. I'll miss her sweetness, sincerity, and smile. I'll miss how she never, ever. forgot a birthdate. It's fitting that it's gloomy and chilly outside here today because my life is just a little darker and colder without her in it.
I love this picture of her. She looks so happy and youthful. I wish I could have been behind that camera to capture her on her Vespa on this sunny afternoon. I wish I could have known her like this, and had twice the amount of years with her. But really, I'm lucky to have known and been loved by her at all.
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