If calling one of my brides ‘ideal’ were socially acceptable and non – offensive to the others I’d definitely call Brittany ideal. What the heck I’ve already gone that far…..she’s the ideal bride. She was enthusiastic to book me, she was excited to work with me and she went above and beyond to make sure everyone at her wedding (including me) was taken care of. Kelly, too. He was just my favorite. At one point in the night I remember him giving me the biggest bear hug and I actually felt like they not only wanted me there but that I was part of their family….loading me up in my car with a big box of food for my drive home. See, ideal. Sometimes, people just make you feel special and you have to tell the internet about it.
After a couple books me for their wedding day, I send them a wedding questionnaire so I can get to know them and their wedding day a little better. One of the questions I ask is, “What were you inspired by?” and Brittany responded with, “I’m inspired by my mother’s veil, which I’m wearing for the wedding. I’m inspired by vintage, rustic things that are beautiful by just being simple.” And with that, I knew it would be a perfect fit….and you’ll see just how perfect her mother’s veil is on it’s own and worn by Brittany.
Brittany & Kelly, thank you for including me in your absolutely breathtaking beach wedding day on the most beautiful of Thursdays.
Wedding Location : Tabernacle United Methodist Church
Reception Location : Blue Pete’s Seafood Restaurant
Wedding colors : Ruby, natural, grey
In 4 words how would you describe your wedding? “simple, rustic, relaxed, love”
What were you inspired by? “My mother’s veil, which I’m wearing for the wedding. I’m inspired by vintage, rustic things that are beautiful by just being simple”
Wedding Dress : Wendy’s Bridal in Cincinnati by Allure Bridal
Bridesmaids Dresses : Etsy, The Radical Thread Company
Grooms Suit : Men’s Warehouse
Groomsman’s Suits : Men’s Warehouse
Wedding Shoes : Coming Soon
Wedding Jewelry : Coming Soon
Florals : Country Flowers in Red Mill Commons
Cake : Gale Ferguson, Blue Pete’s Restaurant