Getting to do a wedding for a lifelong friend is always exciting! I’ve known Morgan for years. We went through school together, slaved over our high school yearbook for days on end and even endured the eventful journey of learning how to paint in acrylics together. So to be able to be involved with the most important day of her life was truly a pleasure. But to have a bride tell me she didn’t want to use a single live flower scared me to death. I’ve committed to never use silks…it’s a conviction that I cannot break! But once I heard her vision of vintage, anthropologie style wedding of her dreams, I was totally on board!
From the hand crafted burlap and velvet flowers, to the aisle lined with music sheets from the song Adam wrote for Morgan, every detail was personalized exactly to them! Even down to the bouquet, each “flower” had a meaning. The crystal flowers stood for clarity amongst their marriage, the flowers from two-dollar bills stood for prosperity, again the music sheets appeared to represent music that initially brought this couple together and lastly the pearls amidst the ribbon flowers to represent the uncommon nature of their love.
All these details made for quite a unique and womderful wedding. Congratulations Adam and Morgan, love you both!