Neil and Darcy’s Cowboy Wedding!

When Darcy told me she wanted to do a Cowboy Western wedding–I thought maybe a few people would show up dressed up.  Oh boy, was I pleasantly surprised.  I was so impressed with the level of commitment to the theme these guys were and was so overjoyed to see the love and support of their community.  I’ll go ahead and let the pictures show you how much fun this one was! All photos by the…

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Andy and Jenn’s Wedding

It’s been a while.  I can recap the last few months with a few words:  new clients, rest, glitter, cold, bridal expos, revamping, organizing, dreaming, taxes, family, waiting to see pictures from the wonderful weddings from 2011! And here is one of them.  This one is a bit special to me because it’s my brother’s wedding!  While this wedding hit in the height of our season (with a wedding 3 days later and 3 days…

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Buddy and Tessa’s Summer Camp Wedding!

There are few weddings that are as memorable and fun as this one.  Picture this–a weekend away with all your closest family and friends–campfire, talent show, dancing, pig roast, capture the flag, Tye-dying, hikes, late night dancing, brunch, bullhorns, sunglasses, bandanas, bug spray….and….a wedding.  It was so fun to work through the process of planning this wedding together.  Not only are Buddy and Tessa super cool, beautiful and in love, they came with some of…

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Tracy and Dan: Flowers

This summer has held some of the most fun weddings we have ever been a part of.  Lots of different ideas, different styles, different fun (and unique) wedding guests.  The one thing that holds everything together is that they are all BEAUTIFUL and LOVE always abounds. Tracy and Dan were no different.  They were such a fun couple–relaxed and fun.  The Wylie team got to do floral design and desserts for this beautiful wedding up…

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Are Roses Underrated Now??

I never thought I would post this, but I think roses have been given a bad wrap lately.  I hear people say all the time, “I just don’t want roses”.  But I’m starting to think that those of us who say that (myself included) mean that we don’t like the traditional way roses have been used.  But when you look at a rose up close–especially one that isn’t red (not sure why i feel that…

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Top 5 Forgotten Items

When you mix a bride, groom and the letters DIY, there are bound to be forgotten items.  Here are my top 5 items that the bride/groom have forgotten about in their planning process: 1.  ICE!!!  (who will get it?  we need ice? ) 2.  Bottle Openers (crucial–the whole “hitting the bottle against a wall in a shoe” concept takes a REALLY long time) 3.  Trash Cans/Trash Bags (“oh my gosh, i didn’t even think of…

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Matt & Anna

So, i’ve been waiting to share with you all the beautiful wedding of Anna and Matt.  Thankfully, the wonderful photographer I got to work with, TJ Taylor, posted a sneak peak at the images he captured. I made Matt’s boutonniere from all fresh herbs–sage, rosemary, thyme and bay leaves–with scabiosa pods and hypericum berries.  I LOVED making these (even though there were about 15 of them that I made in the midst of coordinating and…

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DIY-but don’t forget the details

We’ve all been to those weddings where things haven’t been thought through.  Doing it yourself doesn’t mean you have to be unorganized or unprepared.  Let us help you work it out.  We have been there and know the questions to ask and can spend time helping you bring all your ideas together.  If you aren’t able to hire a wedding coordinator, this is the next best thing!

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