Destination wedding planner, travel agent
Sep 23, 2011
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Seeing as we are going into fall/winter I wanted to showcase some of our amazing winter weddings from last fall/winter wedding season.

Meet Karin and Ryan:

Sweet. Relaxed. Fun. Loving.

Their wedding was held the weekend after Thanksgiving last year to accommodate all of the friends and family that would be traveling to attend this wedding.  Luckily even in late November they were able to go out and get some fun outdoor shots before the sun went down.

I love winter weddings for the long dresses, candlelight and warm elegance a wedding brings to the already festive time of year.  Here are some of my favorite photos from this beautiful wedding day.

Thank you to Kristen Honeycut Photo Co. for these!  You can see her full blog post here.

Flower Girl Pomander

Ring Bearer Pillow

Officiant: The lovely Annemarie Juhlian

Programs and Wedding Stationary by Paper Fling

Cake to match thier stationary by: Kelli’s Creations

Each guest was given an ornament to go home and put on their tree!

Loved working with you and your familes!!

Jan 07, 2010
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Hi all,

Thought I would catch up and start blogging some more of the fantastic weddings of 2009. So often I write about the wedding details, but I strive to tell more about the couple and the unique relationship each couple has. The couple married with the wedding details are what makes weddings memorable.

Meet Laura and David…they are two (very passionate) folks, whom are two very different people…yet they are strangely meant for each other. I smile when I write this because these two and the way they act together hit very close to home… =)
(All who know Ryan and I will understand!)

To reconcile any differences with regards to the wedding palette they each chose a color. Laura picked green and David (for the love of his Alma matter, chose purple.) Behold, an elegant spring wedding of purple and green…uniquely in tune to their passions.

Hats off to Kristen Honeycutt for the most outstanding photography at this wedding. This is just a small sample if the photos from this wedding..there were so many good ones to choose from!!

For the love of beauty…and the dress… For the love of friendship…
For the love of shoes…For the love of not letting a few little sprinkles ruin your wedding day..
For the love of having a mutual childhood friend (and might I add, hysterical speaker) get ordained over the Internet to marry you…
For the love of love…
For David’s love of organization and calculated process…(the organized seating list)

For Laura’s love of creativity and their love of hiking… (the other seating list)
This is the first wedding I have seen with two seating lists…for the love of compromise
For the love of colored linens…
For the love of Italian food & honoring their first date…(check out chef Anthony from Brown’s Catering cooking away at the pasta bar)
For the love of saying, “It is ok that I don’t have to have a traditional wedding cake at my wedding…”
We all know how this night ended…for the love of sparkler exits…

Nov 10, 2009
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Meet Rebekah and Jonathan…these two had enough passion and love for each other to make everyone in attendance fall even more in love with their significant other. Laura (my assistant) and I sat there during the ceremony and watched these two cry the entire way through; unable to complete sentences because of the overwhelming emotion…(tissues please!) We both agreed after witnessing their ceremony we just wanted to go home to our husbands and give them a big hug. These are the rewarding experiences that make my job so worth all of the hard work…thank you both for choosing me to play such a big part in your special day.

It wasn’t all sappy–there was a LOT of fun too…check out these sensational photos taken by the talented Airika and Gerald Pope with Gerald Pope Photography.

Oh yeah, did I mention, I LOVE fall…
Loving these placecards–another Lindeman Weddings/Paper Fling creation!

Hora Dances…Just another reason why lighting is SO important!!!…not to mention, what a great shot of the bride and groom having a moment among the festive party…

Wedding Vendor Drumroll Please…
Venue:
Hidden Meadows
Photography
:
Gerald Pope Photography

Wedding Planners: Erin and Laura from Lindeman Weddings & Events of course!
Invitations: All About Weddings
Placecards:
Paper Fling
Tuxedos: Tuxedo Club, Kirkland
Hair and Make Up: Oasis Spa & Salon
Bridal Spa Party: Julep Nail Parlor
Floral and Decor: Lindeman Weddings & Events
Rehearsal Dinner: Marina Room, Woodmark Hotel
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Dec 11, 2008
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Thinking of Sheneil and Cory brings a wide smile to my face. Although I met more with Sheneil and Emilee (her wonderful maid of honor) than Cory I got to know them and get along with them, building a friendship along the way. I liked Sheneil from the moment she interviewed me and it was fun getting to know her over the 9 months of planning.
It was a special day and it ended with a big party! The reception was beautiful. Sheneil, Emilee and I sat down and put our heads together to design her ceremony and reception. She had a pretty good idea of what she wanted and trusted me to do the rest and make it happen. The colors were classic black and white but she wanted to spice up the party by adding magenta. There was a lot of color at this reception, from the pink chair ties to the pink up lighting to the pink champagne, it was truly “Pretty in Pink.”
This magical night was photographed by the very talented Kelly Chandler. I have posted a few pictures below, and will post more soon!
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