All photos in this post are compliments of the wedding photographer, Kyle Branum.
Will + Juliet's wedding is an event I did back in May of this year. Will is a childhood friend of Michael, whom I have gotten to know since Michael and I got together (thanks for introducing me to all the depressing movies, Will! haha.) When Juliet came into his life both Michael and I just knew this couple was meant to be together. Juliet's organization and whimsical spirit perfectly compliments Will's spontaneous and quietly witty nature. Planning this wedding with the two of them was a joy as we all discussed different details and they respectfully negotiated differences of opinion. We had three months to pull together this entire event and the process went so smoothly! Maybe I'm biased, but I think the entire event came together beautifully!
Will + Juliet, you two are precious souls perfectly suited for each other. Thanks for letting me be involved in your wedding day in such a special way. I hope that marriage is a grand adventure for both of you and I can't wait to continue being friends and supporting each other!
Venue (getting ready + reception): The Reserve at Clearview Farms | Photographer: Kyle Branum | Planning + Design: Paper Swallow Events | Caterer: AJ Caudill | Cake + Cupcakes: Sugar Chic Bakery | Venue(ceremony): Westminster Presbyterian | Florals: Paper Swallow Events | Dress: Boutique Couture | Band: Brock's Folly | Programs: Paper Swallow Events
Juliet's something blue were these perfectly beautiful blue flats. They were also extremely practical for their outdoor event!
It's always a special moment when I get to help a bride get over to her first look. I love this moment of Juliet and I sharing a couple giggles and words of excitement as she prepares to see Will!
I was honored to be able to create Juliet's bouquet (and all the other flowers for this wedding, but there's something extra special about being entrusted with the bride's bouquet.) I love working with talented florists, but it's also really fun to be able to work with them myself when I have the chance!
Grooms, getting used to walking next to a large beautiful dress is not always an easy task!
In lieu of a receiving line, Will + Juliet opted to have two seats across from theirs at the head table for guests to come sit in while they were eating. This way guests got a chance to mingle with the couple while the couple still got to eat. The best man and maid of honor were responsible for ensuring that no guest stayed too long so that all guests had time to say hello - but this wasn't really an issue.
Mini jars of jam were the perfect tiny favor for this event! Spread the love!