IN THE PRESS: Ruffled & Vale and Vine

After a crazy wedding weekend (endless rain, but man oh man it was beautiful!) we are so excited to be featured twice! First up: Ruffled! Emily + Adam's fall wedding at the Charles H Morris Center was gorgeous, and impeccably styled. We got to work with one of our favorite florists, Colonial House of Flowers, and they did such a gorgeous job with the fun flowers! Emily wanted to keep the palate neutral, with bright flowers, and the Morris Center was the perfect backdrop. Their brick walls and wood floors give such a romantic and intimate feel. Thank you to Mackensey Alexander for always capturing the moments perfectly. 

See more of this wedding up on Ruffled!

Our second feature was our Ti Adora gown up on Vale & Vine! Our Hannah gown was used for a workshop by The Happy Bloom, and this feature was captured by Abigal Malone. From Vale & Vine: 

Ruins generally offer an aesthetically appealing fusion of nature and architecture, as the structural details give way to layers of new life, much like how a marriage might look decades down the road having endured the tumult of time.  The presence of ruins reminds us that though the details and aesthetics may crumble away, a strong foundation and structural form can remain in tact and be as beautiful as ever.  Ruins remind us of the beauty that comes with imperfection, and that longevity is resplendent.  

See more of this shoot on Vale & Vine!