Post # 1
Oh the eye candy! From the chair sashes to the bride’s shoes (blue Louboutins) to the elegance of the Aiken House (Charleston) I am literally swooning.
Dear Santa, can you bring me a wedding (a bit smaller though) similar to this next year and give me great weather too?
I promise I’ll try to be good. Maybe.
Post # 3
Hope you get what you asked for! The shot of the shoes–GORGEOUS! And I love the necklaces the BMs are wearing!
Post # 4
Absolutely beautiful. Wow!
Post # 5
Oh wow! Thanks for posting this! *drooling*
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
Wow, SUCH a chic wedding!
Post # 7
I’m in love…..there are really no other words…
Post # 8
wow that’s gorgeous. i can only imagine what it must have cost…
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heron Hill Winery
oooh I love the vintage feel!
Post # 10
I’m dyinggggg it’s beautiful!
Post # 11
Everything is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
Post # 12
I think I love the whole feeling of it. It’s not huge. Rather intimate.
One thing in fact that I love about intimate (aka smaller) weddings is that you CAN SPLURGE more than with a humongous guest list !!! Ours will be small but fab!
Post # 13
Oh I love love love this wedding…*swoon*
Post # 14
I love a small guest list too! 🙂 I also love those shoes. That is my one sadness about having our vr in Seaside. You can’t rock CLous in the sand or on the lawn/gravel of the town. 🙁
Post # 15
I wish I had been a bridesmaid just for that gorgeous necklace!
Post # 16
Oh my goodness, so beautiful. I loved her clutch!