We are so thrilled and honored to announce that we have once again been awarded The WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Award®!
The esteemed annual awards program recognizes the top five percent of wedding professionals in the WeddingWire Network who demonstrate excellence in quality, service, responsiveness and professionalism. Our selection as a Bride’s Choice Award 2013 winner was selected based on the positive experiences expressed by past clients on WeddingWire, the world’s largest wedding review site with over one million reviews. While many industry awards are given by the host organization, the WeddingWire Bride’s Choice Awards® winners are determined solely based on reviews from real newlyweds and their experiences working with us!
We already know we work with the worlds most awesome brides, but it’s so rewarding for them to take the time to tell us how pleased they are with our work! Makes all the stressful, long, exhausting days worth every second! We love sharing our passion with you and hope to see you again soon!
Just a couple snapshots from some of our weddings that helped us earn this award!
Outside by the water
Perfect for the Fall
THANK YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS
The Swan Harbor Farm in quaint and historic Havre de Grace, Maryland was the ideal setting for this picture-perfect Memorial Day weekend wedding. The spacious, rolling lawn overlooked the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay and looked especially scenic on this sunny day.
As the bride walked down her plush green isle, she carried a festivus Maximus peony bouquet (the peak weekend for peonies this year!). These soft white flowers with the hot pink center worked flawlessly with the delicate detailing in her dress. Along the isle were pops of orange, yellow, pink and purple various types of flowers.
These flashy colors carried over into the bridesmaids’ bouquets, which stood out against their yellow dresses. Blue and white suits the groomsmen wore furthered the color scheme and added a touch of classic southern flare.
Crisp white table linens were accented by more touches of yellow. The centerpieces also incorporated vibrant colors and mirrored the bridesmaids’ gorgeous bouquets – perfect for this bright and fun wedding!
I am officially in love with bridal brooch bouquets! They are elegant, meaningful, and completely unique to each and every bride. Our latest brooch bouquet was made for a fun couple (and personal friends), Whitney and Tony.
Whitney asked all attendees of her bridal shower to bring a brooch to the party. When all was said and done, she had 57 mini treasures to carry with her down the aisle and to hang onto as the ultimate wedding keepsake.
Preceding her down the aisle were 15 lovely bridesmaids, carrying a classic mix of white roses, hydrangeas and tulips.
The reception was held at the historic Tidewater Inn in Easton. Colors of navy, white and silver filled the charming venue. Centerpieces of white hydrangea, garden roses and roses were held in silver bowls and placed on half of the tables. On the other half, silver manzanita branches were adorned with white orchids and romantic crystal hanging votives. Around the beautiful arrangements were three separate vases, filled with a mix of white hydrangeas and roses. These colors were the perfect compliment to the dark grey table linens, provided by the amazing folks at Rentals to Remember in Annapolis.
As if all of these components aren’t memorable in themselves, Whitney’s brooch bouquet is a memento that will last a lifetime. Best wishes for these newlyweds!
Cheers to the extremely talented David Hartcorn Photography for the beautiful photos from the event!
Nothing says summer like vibrant hues of purple, magenta and lime green. This wedding from Summer 2011 was at the Calvert House on State Circle in downtown Annapolis; it sticks out in my memory because of its creative elegance with a touch of classic romance.
The bride carried a colorful mix of green hydrangea, pink roses, lavender calla lily and a gorgeous variegated purple and white dendrobium orchid from Thailand.
The color palette popped perfectly against the bridesmaid’s satin magenta dresses. Dendrobiums were added to the centerpieces with cream candles and crystal marbles (love this!).
As you can see from the photos below, the venue perfectly embraced the couple’s personality and really brought the floral arrangements to life. A special thanks and shout out to Michelle at Historic Inns of Annapolis and Wendy Hickok Photography.
Beautiful couple. Beautiful venue. Beautiful photos. Beautiful bouquets. Enjoy!