We had so much fun incorporating Emma’s style into a stunning wedding design that felt Southern, elevated, and personalized. With our incredible vendor partners, we led guests on a journey of anticipation
Mary and Zach’s initial wedding dreams consisted of an Italian destination wedding for close family and friends, yet amidst questioning circumstances during COVID, they altered their plans to host their wedding at Mary’s parents’ home.
For two years (yes, you read that right) we dreamed and schemed on how to incorporate Claire’s and her mother’s love for blue and white pottery and chinoiserie china into her wedding design.
One of the things that I love about a Hindu wedding (but also contributes to the complexity of planning) is the traditional multi-day, multi-event format. Isn’t it so great that the unity of a couple is worth celebrating for several days?!
When I think back on Cassidy and Austin’s wedding, I can’t help but smile — like big gummy, ear to ear smile. This day was one that was highly anticipated (despite inevitable alterations due to Covid). The views and scenery at Currahee Club could not have been more stunning! Seriously, the backdrop behind the bride […]
Stacey and Caleb were *rockstars* when it came to swallowing and accepting the inevitable adjustments that had to be made to their wedding due to Covid-19. Her dream of a beautiful Spring wedding in April transitioned to a warm (okay, sweltering) and sticky (but still perfectly beautiful) Summer wedding in August.
At our very first meeting at Allison’s family’s river home, I was absolutely giddy when they told me they would like to hold the wedding and reception there are the house in the backyard. Their home has a beautiful lush backyard that rolls right down to the river. My mind started racing with ideas! This was the perfect backdrop for a personalized yet romantic wedding reception.