A Wedding With Too Many Gorgeous Gems To Pick Just One
October 5, 2017
Southwest
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There is usually a part of every wedding that stands out to me, my own little personal favorite detail or pic. But this wedding right here... I just can't decide. The OMG florals or the stationery and personalized crest with the cutest pups ever?! They are both just TOO GOOD to pick just one. Lucky for me, I don't have to decide, both gems are in our gallery of gorgeous pics thanks to Stephanie Brazzle and that is where I'll be, staring wide eyed and soaking it all up! Do tell; what's your favorite?
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From the Bride... Tommy and I are high school sweethearts, and it has been so amazing to watch each other grow into the people we are today. We actually got married on the 11th anniversary of the day that he first asked me out, all those years ago! Because I was in medical school when he proposed, we had a long engagement and I had a lot of time to dream about the kind of wedding we wanted. I'm definitely a sucker for wedding details! I loved picking out a pretty ring box, choosing my fabulous wedding shoes, and obsessing over my gorgeous dress. However, it is so important not to forget that the best part of your wedding day is finally getting married! 

We wanted our wedding to be a reflection of us as a couple, and my very favorite detail is our watercolor-painted wedding crest - I worked closely with the artist to come up with a design that featured everything important to our relationship. We absolutely adore our fur babies - between the two of us, we are the proud parents of a Pembroke Welsh Corgi and a trio of miniature dachshunds - and we knew we had to include them in the crest since they wouldn't be able to join us in person on the big day. We also share a mutual love of coffee, donuts, and macarons, and those were incorporated into the crest as well as featured in our actual dessert bar! We used the crest on our invitations, the table numbers, even the dinner menus, and it added such a personal and unique touch. My wonderful planner helped us strike a balance between the cultural and religious traditions of our families and my Pinterest-fueled ideas for the wedding day. All of my lovely vendors brought to life my vision of an indoor garden wedding with lots of greenery and loose, organic floral arrangements, using a color palette of dreamy pops of blush pink and gold. Best of all, everyone knows how much I love bubble tea, and we brought in a bubble tea truck after everyone had danced their hearts out, which was the perfect way to end a night of joyful celebration and laughter with our loved ones.