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Kaleigh and Jared’s wedding photos are back and I’m amazed. Amazed and a bit overwhelmed. Amazed with how great they turned out (though I shouldn’t be), overwhelmed with the emotions that return as I look back over the visual proof … Continue reading
I love details. In this last post about Kaleigh’s bridal shower I’m sharing the rest of the details that made the day so special including a tutorial for these adorable DIY pink ombre’ clothespins.
photo credit: Beccah B. The morning of Kaleigh’s personal shower Courtney and Karianne presented her with her own special flower crown for the day. At the shower the girls set up a flower crown making station for all the attendees … Continue reading
This Photo Op Corner at Kaleigh’s personal bridal shower was one of the cutest details Courtney & Gina included for the day. More photo opportunity than photo booth it incorporated both props and a cute DIY ombre’ backdrop created from … Continue reading
Kaleigh’s personal shower was hosted by her Aunt Gina, MOH Courtney as well as several of her bridesmaids. There was too much cuteness at this shower to share all at one time so I’m going to break it up into several … Continue reading
The Beautiful Bride.
Tomorrow is Kaleigh and Jared’s big day! We are so excited for them. The preparations have run the gamut from arranging fresh flowers to making an unusual aisle cloth. From making more chicken salad than I’d like to recall to … Continue reading