Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Bridesmaid Dresses Revealed!!

Okay, so I didn't want to post about this until after I had ordered the dresses. With all of the drama and my indecisiveness about picking the bridesmaid dresses I certainly didn't want anything jinxing it when I was so close to finalizing it. Well guess what? The dresses are ordered!!!! Hallelujah!! I honestly think this was one of the hardest decisions I've had to make with wedding planning. Yep...picking bridesmaid dresses and picking the location...those are certainly at the top of the list! 

My biggest concern with picking the dresses is that they could be worn again and did NOT look like bridesmaid dresses. I started my search looking for a cocktail dress at a big department store that should have lots and lots of suitable dresses - Macy's, Saks, Dillards, Belk, name it. I then checked BCBG, JCrew, Cache, Banana Republic, Anthropologie....and on and on. I could not find a dark purple (aubergine, plum, eggplant...whatever you want to call it!) dress that was stylish, AFFORDABLE, and would look good on everyone at any of these! I actually had it in my mind that I wanted different styles for each bridesmaid, but for them to be the same color and length. This made it even more impossible! But it was very important to me that each bridesmaid feel beautiful and comfortable, while still being able to express her unique style. (Not to mention the fact that when lots of bridesmaids are wearing the exact same dress, shoes, and hairstyle they tend to look like a bridal army to me...but that's another topic all together!) :)

So without further ado, I present to you our bridesmaid dresses:

They're all Melissa Sweet and Priscilla of Boston dresses. Everyone will be wearing the Fig color (pictured here 2nd from the left), and all of the dresses are different except for the MS 215 (it's pictured in blue here). Two girls will be wearing this dress, but one girl has chosen to add straps to, they still will look like different dresses. 

I am SO relieved to have the bridesmaid dresses behind us...and that everyone was happy with the dresses and their selection. yay! :) What a relief to check this off right before the new year! 

Happy New Years Everyone!!

Monday, December 29, 2008

Another Thoughtful [Wedding] Christmas Present

I got these from my future sister-in-law:

They're light pink lounge pants with "BRIDE" written in rhinestones on the left hip. Too cute! :) I'm a sucker for bridal rhinestone clothing...silly huh? But they make such cute "getting ready" pictures!  The best thing about these pants is that they're actually comfy Old Navy pants. Allison (my future sister-in-law) bought the pants then used the iron-on rhinestone letters to make them into the adorable bridal pants. What a thoughtful Christmas gift! :)

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Santa Sure Is Thoughtful

How'd he know that I wanted these for Christmas?!? :)
from L to R: Vera Wang: The Fragrance perfume, purple clutch from Lori's Shoes 
(that I blogged about earlier this year), Sweet Note from Mark, 
Aquamarine and Diamond Pendant, Aquamarine and Diamond Earrings.

Yep, I guess "Santa" read my mind....or actually took my hints! ;) 

Honestly though, the Vera Wang perfume Mark and I picked out together for me to wear on our wedding day; the Pendant we saw at a jewelry store in the Galleria that was going out of business - I might have mentioned that it would be exactly what I wanted to wear on our wedding day (I love aquamarines, I wanted it to be my "something blue" and it also happens to be an accent color in our wedding); the earrings were a COMPLETE surprise - I hadn't even seen those in the jewelry store...Mark did a good job, huh?; and the purple clutch is of course the one I blogged about earlier here - I guess Mark actually reads my blog occasionally!

I lllllllloooooooooovvvvvvvvveeeeeee them all. I can't wait to wear everything when I marry my best friend, the love of my life. Speaking of which...only 5 MONTHS TO GO!!!

....I couldn't resist a little extra eye candy:

i absolutely love it! :)

Saturday, December 20, 2008

Bridesmaid Dress Sneak Peek

this is all I'm sayin'....

...we're almost there and i don't want to curse it :) more details to come....

Friday, December 19, 2008

Holiday Sales Part III: Fragrances

Last minute Holiday shopping still to do? Well Amazon is having a fragrance sale! (and who doesn't love to get a pretty new fragrance?!?)

Save $10 on Holiday Fragrances
Save $10 when you spend $59 or more on eligible holiday fragrances offered by Use the following promotional code when you check out: FRAGI208. This offer applies only to products offered by and for purchases made between November 24 and December 23, 2008. 

Not only are fragrances a great Christmas gift, but they're also a great gift for the bride-to-be or the groom or even the mothers of the bride and groom!

I've been checking out different perfumes lately and I'll give you a short list of my favorites:

 - Vera Wang: The Fragrance (which happens to be what I'm wearing on our wedding day!!)
 - Vera Wang: Bouquet
 - Stella McCartney: Stella
 - Juicy Couture: Viva La Juicy
 - Juicy Couture: Juicy
 - Cartier: Panthere
 - Dolce and Gabbana: The One
 - Burberry: Brit
 - Dior: J'Adore
 - Banana Republic: Malachite 

...I'm sure there are many more, but that's all I can think of for now! What about you guys? What are your favorite fragrances? Are you wearing (or did you wear) a special wedding day perfume? 

Happy Shopping!!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Inspiration Images of the Day

I don't have much to write on this post, but I wanted to share these beautiful pictures. I always come across pictures on blogs of various things and I'll pull the picture and put it in my file but never share it. So today, when i came across one of these images I thought to myself that I should be sharing these with everyone instead of just filing them away. So from here on out when I come across inspiration pictures that embody the characteristics of the mood and vibe that i want to set for our wedding I'm going to post them to this blog...for all to enjoy :)

Monday, December 15, 2008

The Search for Invitations

disclaimer: this post is all about the pictures :)

I'm currently in the beginning stages of  searching for invitations, and I've come across a few possibilities. I want to keep these relatively inexpensive but stylish, so there were a few different sites that came to mind...

The White Aisle:

Blush Paperie:

Wedding Paper Divas:


So what do you guys think? Which of these are your favorites? Any suggestions for other places to get invitations? Where did you get your invitations? 

Holiday Sales Continued

Just thought I'd share this with popped up in my inbox this morning.
25% off your entire order at Victoria Secret. Just enter the code MOREVS at checkout. This offer ends hurry!  (also, you can choose standard shipping and still receive your order before Christmas if you place your order by 1pm EST December 18th)

I've always found that comfy PJ's are an appreciated holiday gift :)

Sunday, December 14, 2008

In the Spirit of the Holidays....

It's that time of giving season. Time to pick out gifts for all of your loved ones. Not sure what to get someone on your list this year? Well, there' s a site called Gilt Groupe that sells designer clothing/shoes/accessories at discount prices. And this isn't past seasons stuff either! It's current designs from your favorite (but could never afford!) designers. I mean this stuff is like 70% off!! Sounds too good to be true right? Well, there are a few catches...

1 - you have to be a member
2 - you have to be invited by a member to become a member
3 - the sales only last a very short time
4 - there are VERY few items in each size (honestly I'm not sure how many, but I know things sell out extremely quickly)

If anyone is interested in joining this group and scoring awesome deals on designer clothing then you can sign up right here: Gilt Groupe Invite

Happy Shopping!! :)

Friday, December 12, 2008

Here Comes the Groom Part 2

Okay, so we went back to the tux shop this week and Mark tried on some more tuxes (that fit better this time around!) and we also tried the vest/tie combos again. I think we've come to an agreement on the groom/groomsmen/FOTG and FOTB combos. Now we just have to decide WHICH combo! 

Here are the combos we came up with:

Option A Combo: Groom in Black Vest/Black Tie and Groomsmen in Black Vest/Eggplant Tie. Dads in Black Vest/Black Bow-tie

Option B Combo: Groom in Ivory Vest/Ivory Tie and Groomsmen in Black Vest/Black Tie. Dads in Black Vest/ Black Bow-Tie.

Option C Combo: Groom in Ivory Vest/Black Tie and Groomsmen in Black Vest/Black Tie. Dads in Black Vest/Black Bow-tie.

So basically, we decided that the only way the Eggplant tie looks good for the groomsmen is when Mark is wearing the all black option (option A). The Eggplant Tie/Black Vest just doesn't tie in well when Mark is wearing one of the Ivory combos. We figured that if we pick one of the options with Mark in ivory and Groomsmen in all black then we'll just do some sort of purple flower boutonniere for the groomsmen and a white boutonniere for Mark. That way, the groomsmen will still be wearing some sort of purple to match the bridesmaids. 

Also, you may notice that the jacket Mark is wearing is too short in the sleeves but fits everywhere else. That's because his arms are abnormally long. :) He's quite lanky or as we now like to say "Long and Lean"...that's what our tux consultant called it! The "long length" jacket is too long on him in the torso though, so we'll have to order the regular size then let out the sleeves. I'm glad they can easily do this! :)

So...what do you guys think? Option A, B, or C??? 

The Indecisive Bride AND The Indecisive Groom :)

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Here Comes The Groom....All Dressed In ________??

We need your help! Mark and I went to the tux shop today for him to try on some tuxes and some vest/tie combinations. Well, the jacket was a little big so we're going to have to make some adjustments there and he's trying to decide between a flat front pant (which our consultant did not have on hand today) and a two-pleat pant so our consultant is going to make those adjustments and we're going to go back in next week to try to make some decisions. Basically, for tuxes we're looking at a 3 button, satin notched lapel (basic tux, just a three button) or a very subtle black striped tux with a notched lapel and two button jacket. For vest/tie combos we have a couple options:

OPTION A: 3 button jacket, black satin vest, black tie and pleated shirt

OPTION B: black striped 2 button tux, black satin vest, black tie

OPTION C: 2 button tux (even though we like the 3 button better), ivory satin vest, ivory tie

OPTION D: 3 button tux, black satin vest, black tie, plain (no pleats) shirt - sorry this pic is a little fuzzy!!

OPTION E: This was the 2 button jacket with the ivory vest and black tie (we later decided we like the 3 button jacket better but i don't have a picture of it with this combo)

These are all options for the groom. Which do you like best?? Mark and I couldn't decide. Hopefully we'll have more success deciding when we go back next week. :)

As for the groomsmen I think we have decided on this combo:
The tie here might be a little too plummy (yeah, that's a word right?!) .....depending on the bridesmaids dresses of course! If needed, they have a tie for purchase that is more of a true eggplant. We'll go that route if we have to. But overall I like the black satin vest/purple tie combo. We definitely don't want to do the purple vest with it...I think that's just too much purple and little too tacky! :) But hey, that's just my take!

So, what do you guys think?? 

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Old Habits Die Hard

yeah that's right...habits. We all have them. Some probably more embarrassing than others. But habits are breakable right? right! I've been thinking lately...there's a habit that I'd like to, love to, need to break. What is it? My skincare routine.

What?!? Are you disappointed?? Surprised? Did you want a juicier secret? Well...hold tight...we still have 6 months to go till the wedding - who knows what's gonna come out of my mouth before then! 

So back to my skincare routine. It currently consists of this:

Yep. Sad huh? Same stuff I used when I was 15 (sidenote - i think i've gone through several other cheapo drugstore cleansers...but they're all along the same line as good 'ole clean & clear). I'm now 25. Think it's time to switch?!? I do! Sadly, I think I'm getting to the point where it's important for me to use a good cleanser and a good skincare routine in general. I guess I'm finally realizing that I am, in fact, 25 years old and it's starting to show...on my face! Fine lines around my eyes, dark circles, dull complexion...and all of those fun things that come with age! Granted, I haven't taken the best care of my skin...5 years of lifeguarding coupled with countless hours in the sun, a few tanning bed trips (ahhh!!) and a lack of regular sunscreen use probably wasn't the best idea....

So, I'm on a search for a new (a REAL)  skincare routine. One that will help combat the fine lines and refreshen and moisturize my skin. Sounds easy enough right?!? Well, I have no idea where to begin. Honestly, I'm not even sure what skin type I have. Combination...maybe?!? I mean I don't think I'm oily...I never really look shiny. Although, my makeup definitely does fade by the end of the day...a side effect of oily skin? (then again that could be the fact that I only use a tinted moisturizer instead of foundation) Also, I don't think my skin is dry...although I definitely have to moisturize after I wash my face b/c my skin feels kinda tight. BUT...that could be the crappy cleanser :) 

So see where I'm at? I'm totally lost!!! Should I see a dermatologist?? I mean I don't necessarily have any problems with my skin so maybe that's not the route to go. I just figure that they are the actual skin professionals so maybe they could shed some light on my skin type and the best products for my skin. But do they even do that sort of thing?? I've never been to a dermatologist before (yeah, I made it all the way through my teens without any major skin problems...actually my skin is probably worse now than it was then! I literally used  to wash my face in the shower with dove soap and that was my skincare routine) I guess my other option is to go to Sephora or to a makeup counter and talk to one of the employees there. I've gotta be honest though....should I trust the advice of those employees? Do they really know their stuff?? Or is it just a part-time job for them? I mean if I'm talking about spending some money on a great skincare I want it to be the best one possible for my skin. You know??

I came across this product line on the Sephora website. 

Does anyone know anything about it? Ever used it? It's the Philosophy brand Miracle gift set.

So...I desperately need your advice (as you can see!). Any good skincare products that you swear by? Dermatologist or Sephora/Cosmetic Counter Employee? Even if you can tell me what you think my skin type is....I'm game! Anything you've got for me...bring it! :)

Thanks so so much everyone!! I really appreciate it!

the indecisive bride/ admitted skincare dummy

Monday, December 1, 2008

Our First [Very Generous] Wedding Gift

During Thanksgiving week Mark and I were surprised with our very first wedding gift. It actually pertains directly to our wedding. Any guesses?!?'s.....

our wedding favors!!! Take a look:

My Stepdad surprised Mark and I by gifting 150 of these to us for our wedding to use as wedding favors for all of our guests. How awesome is that?!?  I was so excited and so surprised that I literally think I was speechless! What a sweet, generous, labor of love. I am so excited and so honored to have these as our wedding favors. It's such a unique and personal gift and I can't wait to pass this piece of our family - my stepfather's art - on to each of our guests. I just have to figure out how to package these to send along with our guests. :) suggestions?

Also, if you want to check out more of my stepfather's art you can check out his website, Greenman Ceramics.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Pretty in Purple

i found this picture a while back on a photographer's blog or something (i think?? i can't remember!!). I LOVE the color of the dresses's the perfect shade of purple! Look at how good it looks on all the bridesmaids and it goes so well with the ivory... {swoon} :)

Wherever i found this photo, it didn't give any info on the dresses. any chance...does anyone know who these dresses are made by?? I know it's a shot in the dark, but i figured doing a little detective work couldn't hurt!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Confession: I Like Girly Things

...And I think the wedding is really bringing that out in me :)

I mean come cute is this?!?

It's Frilly, It's Girly, It's Pretty AND it's in our wedding color. AND....I think I need it. Ahhhh.... TOO CUTE! :)

Friday, November 14, 2008

Tall Centerpieces

So we've established that we need tall centerpieces in our reception venue because of the height of the tent, but i'm having a hard time figuring out what those centerpieces should look like. I KNOW that i want it look very garden-like - loose arrangements, garden florals, very soft and romantic - but i'm having a hard time translating that look into a tall centerpiece. Most arrangements that i see that i like are low centerpieces that are in small urns or something.

I have found a few centerpieces that i like the shape and composition of...but you just have to ignore the colors in some of these pictures here...

What do you guys think? Any suggestions?

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Speaking of Photoshoots....

look what showed up in my Blog roll! yep, that's right...McLellan updated their blog and it's US!!!!

I can't wait to see the rest of them now!!! :)

Engagement Pics Photoshoot

So Mark and I went to Franklin, TN on Sunday to have our engagement pictures taken! I was really excited to take them because it would give us the opportunity to get to know our photographers before the wedding - AND, possibly even more would give them a chance to get to know us and how we behave in front of the camera (awkward, stiff, plastered smile and all....) :)

I have to was kinda strange being in front of the camera for that long! Its been a long, long time since I've had my picture taken professionally. I mean, I guess you can count Senior Portraits...but before then the last time I had taken professional pictures was when I used to be in pageants when I was like 6 years old! I was really kinda nervous about how to act in front of the camera but our photographers were absolutely awesome and made us feel totally comfortable (thank god! ....good riddance awkward smile!) Our photographers are Sean and Mel from McLellan Studio. They are a husband and wife team and they totally have their shooting style down. Mel talks to you, keeps you interacting and gives you direction while taking the closeup shots and Sean is off circling around you taking candid shots from different angles. This helped so much to take the pressure off of "taking pictures" and just made it more natural like we were just hanging out, goofing around. We started out shooting in downtown Franklin around 3pm then we ended up at their friends farm later that afternoon. Mark and I wanted to get a mix of urban and rural shots so we split our time between the locations. Also, with this time of year I'm hoping to get a lot of the pretty fall foliage in the pictures. I can't wait to see them!! :)

A running joke throughout the day was the "band photoshoot" from the Flight of the Conchords episode (a show that Mark and I love) about a cool pose like hands in the air and smile??

Monday, November 3, 2008

Halloween - Bridal Style

Wedding inspiration even snuck it's way into my Halloween. Well, kind of...
We were suppose to be characters from Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride. I guess you can say it's a somewhat loose interpretation.....what? I didn't want to buy a blue whig or spend hours making a costume. I mean this works...right?? :)

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

THE DRESS (that's right....THE one!!!)

Another breakthrough in wedding planning happened last Saturday (Oct.25th)!

The search for the dress had only begun 3 weeks earlier. It all started the 2nd week of October at the White Room in Helena, AL. I got word that they were having a sample sale, but was sure I wasn't going to be able to make it since Mark and I had plans to go out of town that weekend. As luck would have it though, we decided that we would return early on Sunday so that Mark could get in some more study time for the FE (Fundamentals of Engineering Exam) that was coming up pretty quickly. After we made that decision (on Friday) I decided I'd call the White Room to see if by any chance they had any open appointments on Sunday (after 3pm) during their sample sale - turns out they did!! So I made an appointment then sent a text to my two B'ham bridesmaids, Deana and Ruth Ann. By some miracle they were BOTH available to go to the dress shop with me on Sunday! (on a side note...we are all usually really busy and its nearly impossible to get together, much less to get all 3 of us together!) So things were working out just perfectly! :)

At the dress shop on Sunday I tried on some beautiful dresses. I ended up narrowing it down to 2 and then started looking closely at price (I gave the saleswoman my budget for my dress on the way in and she was going to "police" our search based on that). Unfortunately, even with the sample sale discount (in some cases 50% off!) the dresses were STILL out of my range. They were very beautiful though, the saleswoman was amazingly patient and helpful and kind, and we had a wonderful experience there. I would definitely recommend The White Room - if you can afford it ;)

The next weekend my mom came up from Montgomery, AL to go dress shopping with me once again. This time I went to the Carriage House in Homewood, AL and The Something Blue Shoppe in Hartselle, AL (a little over an hour's drive from Birmingham!). The Carriage House had some beautiful dresses (hello Monique Lhullier and her beautiful lace! Another stand out was Christos), but once again the dresses were quite pricey! So we headed up to The Something Blue Shoppe where i had heard they had beautiful designer (yet more price-friendly) dresses. Our time there was limited because they close at 4pm on Saturday (like most dress shops around Birmingham - which i think is RIDICULOUS! I mean come on...does no one work??) So I grabbed as many dresses as I could to try on in a little under an hour - of course I went over that time and the sales ladies (somewhat) patiently waited for me. We left the store about 4:45 or so i think :) During that flurry of dresses there was ONE that stood out. It was beautiful and flattering and romantic and stylish and I couldn't get it out of my head all week! Unfortunately, that shop doesn't allow for pictures to be taken in the dresses (dumb!) so I didn't have anything that i could go back and stare at...errrr, i mean reference. :)

So this past Saturday my friend (and bridesmaid) Deana went back with me to check out that well as others since I hadn't had much time there the week before. We chose several dresses for me to try on as well as "the possible" dress. I tried on all the other options first and then put on THE dress. :) It was as beautiful as I had remembered. With the veil I had tried on the week before it was the perfect mix of modern/vintage (which for those of you who know me know that's totally my style). Deana even started to get teary eyed!! :) I knew this was it. Deana and I managed to sneak a few pictures in the dressing room so now i have a few (although not the best) pictures to gaze longingly at until the dress comes in :) Which the dress should be here by mid-February...I can't wait!! 

I have to admit I had a small battle with anxiety right after i ordered the dress. You see, as I've mentioned before, I'm "slightly" obsessive. I always have to research and research and think and make lists and research some more before i make important decisions. And I couldn't believe I had already ordered my dress just 3 weeks after i began searching! I think that's a record!! My mind started to freak out a bit though - had I looked at enough dresses? What if there was something better - for {gasp} a better price?? After about 15/20 minutes my mind began to settle down. What was I thinking? I LOVE this dress. This dress is AMAZING. This dress is THE DRESS that I'm going to be wearing while I marry the man I love with all of heart, my best friend, the love of my life. :) I'm SO excited. 

(and NO Mark...I'm not going to post any pictures! those are under lock and key :)'ll just have to wait! )

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

I love this Bouquet.

Not much time for an entry at the moment, but I had to share this bouquet. I love it! It's so soft and romantic and so garden-like. I love the colors and the texture. I could do with a little less greenery in the middle between the peony and the ranunculus, but overall it's pretty close to perfect!

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

A *little* switch-a-roo

So...we'll start this entry with a little background...

when Mark and i got engaged it was a total surprise to me. I mean, I knew in my heart that we'd eventually be married...I just didn't know when. Mark and I had never talked about engagement rings and certainly had never gone to look at them...i had never dropped any hints or anything. So, the ring Mark picked out was an emerald cut diamond ring from Levy's Jewelry in downtown Birmingham. They told him when he purchased the ring that no wedding band had been made to go with it and that he might have to have one custom made. 

Fast forward to us getting engaged and several months later going to look at bands..... we looked everywhere. Seriously....everywhere we could think to look in Birmingham. None of the bands i tried on looked good with my ring. My ring has a unique curve in it where the diamond sets and the curved bands didn't fit nor did the straight ones. The diamond setting also wasn't high enough for a band to slip in under it. So, we realized that our decision was going to come down to 2 options. 1 - have a custom band made to go with my ring or 2 - switch the diamond into a setting that comes with a wedding band. After MUCH thought and searching we decided to go with option 2. We switched the diamond into a different setting. We found an amazing setting that came with a band at Diamonds Direct in Birmingham. The people there we so friendly and helpful (they don't work on commission!) and the set was an awesome deal. It actually ended up being less for us to change the setting than it would be for us to have a custom band made. So we ordered the setting and 5 weeks later it came in. I went today to make the switch.....and here's the result:

I love it!!

It turned out so beautiful!!! I could not even imagine it would turn out so well! I couldn't be happier. I had so much anxiety about this decision. I'm such a sentimental person...I felt so torn making this decision. the end, the thing that settles my mind and my heart is that I am able to keep my original setting. Mark and I plan to put a sapphire in that setting and I'll wear it as a right hand ring. The thing that makes me happiest is the thought that Mark and I will have 2 rings to pass down to our children and their children and on down. :)

and just for good measure (what started this entire process!) here's a shot with the matching wedding band...

I'm still getting used to seeing this ring on my hand. It's so strange to look down at my hand and see this ring instead of the ring I've worn throughout our engagement - 8 months now! And...I still have a piece of the other ring on my hand...the main part actually!...the diamond and the sentiment of my man! :) 

Monday, October 20, 2008

Wedding Website

So in addition to having a wedding planning blog, I decided that Mark and I needed a wedding website - one that was actually for us (not just me like this one!) :) It was also very important to us to make the travel plans as easy as possible for our guests. With a website, we can put up to date information, accommodation info, travel, directions...even a way to RSVP online!  So I did a little research (mostly through WeddingBee where there is TONS of referrals, reviews and advice!) and I decided on I had a few requirements for our website, which this service happily met:
1 - it has to be free
2 - it has to be customizable 
3 - it has to give us an easy domain name
4 - it has to have lots of different features (, please!)
5 - it has to have additional pages I can add for the info of my choice
6 - it has to be easy to navigate for our guests
7 - it absolutely cannot be super cheesy (you know the wedding websites i'm talking about here!!) a HUGE can add music on this site, as well as take music requests from you guests! YAY! Any of you that know Mark and I know that music is a very very big part of our lives so this feature was just a huge added bonus to us!

Here's a link to our page:

And here's a screenshot of the welcome page (minus the verbiage): 

I'm not done with all the pages yet. For example, I haven't uploaded our picture album yet or added all of the music that we want to add (although i did make sure to put up the song that Mark wrote for me - sweet) :) but everything I've done so far has been super easy and user friendly. So...I'd definitely recommend them!!

Thursday, October 16, 2008

big BIG News!!!!!!!


I'm so excited and so relieved to say that :) So...who did we book?? McLellan Studio from Franklin, TN (right outside of Nashville). Their work is amazing and I'm so excited that they will be our photographers! These guys only book 15 weddings a year so I'm so glad that we were able to book them. So, enough about the details...let's get to some of the images!!

These pictures are all from a wedding they did last September. All images are owned and copyrighted by McLellan Studio.