Whimsical, ethereal, lush... Everything about this wedding embodied the loveliness and romance of spring. I sure am happy for fall to be here, but these photos are making me miss spirea and all of those other sweet spring flowers!
Jordan might be one of the most joyful brides I've ever seen! Her smile is infectious and Love is a Big Deal captured her wedding day at Green Door Gourmet beautifully. I absolutely love Jordan's word of advice for brides to be: "Look at Pinterest as you first begin planning, and then stop--delete the app off your phone! Decide what is most important to you and stick true to your vision for the day!!" Wise words! Jordan followed through on her own advice, creating a cohesive day that reflected both her and her groom. The "bohemian fiesta" inspiration included both Jordan's own relaxed, natural style as well as Javier's Hispanic roots.
Enjoy the lush florals in hues of peach, lavender, and maroon! And don't miss the feature on Green Weddings Shoes!
A whole bunch of love for my favorite double-name bride! Mary Corder was an absolute dream client and it was such a joy to be a part of this sweet day. A particularly unique touch was that MC and Josh each only had one attendant, and instead of having bridesmaids she asked her besties to be her "something blue" by wearing blue dresses! Such a sweet twist on tradition.
I've become a big fan of intimate weddings with short guest lists. Molli and Louis were able to seat their guests in one circle around the dance floor, creating a close-knit dinner party atmosphere. Also, Molli wins the award for the most chill bride--when we arrived to set up, she and her bridesmaids were finishing up a yoga class right there in the reception space! Loved getting to create a lush arbor for this one, as well as the fun hoop installation above the head table.