“My mother’s whole family is from East Texas, the Old Southern part of the state, and seven generations before us were married in the region since the original branch of the family arrived during the Antebellum period in Jefferson, TX, by steamboat from New Orleans. Family tradition and heritage inspired everything about my wedding, from the dress to the decor. Even the wedding invitations, hand drawn and letter pressed by my sister in law in England (MishMish Paper Co.) incorporated the family history through a map of East Texas highlighting places in our family's long history in the state.”
“Michigan Springtime and Summers do not disappoint with lush color all around. And Hillary and Keygan’s wedding at the Weaver House at Pine Bend was no exception! The venue alone was a gorgeous place to celebrate their amazing day while welcoming green grass and full trees once again.
Hillary was the epitome of a glowing bride. She exuded such a peaceful, happy and relaxed spirit that day, just like every bride should on her big day! It was such a joy getting to see her interact with her family and close friends and get to meet her “tribe”. The details she had from her gorgeous wedding dress to her bouquet and all the way to the incredible garden wedding reception was breathtaking! Starting the day shooting her details….well let’s just say I was in my happy place for sure!”
Take a peek at this romantic Michigan garden wedding!
“Shirley and Kaya celebrated their love with friends and family on St. Patty's day and yes, they even served green beer! They had a neutral wedding color palette because they wanted the natural beauty of their Thousand Oaks wedding venue to shine and their stunning garden wedding was simply romantic!”