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Wedding Day!!

Wedding day!!! Are you ready to see more pictures of Ashley and Joshua’s big day? Where do I start?!

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Wedding Party

We had hay bales to put out for seating, florist delivering flowers, furniture arriving, tents to arrange, miscellaneous sewing and ironing. Jewelry repair and last-minute details before we could even dress ourselves.

 


Prayers said for over the bride for their big day. Groom hung out with his wedding party waiting for it all to start.

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Ashley was a beautiful bride and there were so many special moments.

Here we go people! Getting seated.


Incredible music and the groom took his vows to a whole new level. He wrote her a song and read his vows to her. We were all in tears!

They are hitched y’all!! It’s done! They are married.

Great reception! Food was amazing and so was the music. Father’s speech had us all in tears and wishing we had a videographer.

Dancing and celebrating.

 

 

Family sing the Perkin’s family song.


Off they go! What a wonderful ride and a great send-off to start their marriage.

Congratulations Ashley and Joshua Siegel!

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Bye!

A very special thank you to all those he helped make this day so special:

Weatherford Gardens

Grape Vine Vineyards

Borrowed Treasures

Rachel Henry Photo

Cloud Creative Events

Venus and Co

BA Beauty

La Tovola Fine Linen

Blue Mesa Grill

DJ Cale

 

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Made With Love

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What a beautiful rehearsal! Before I share more on the wedding day, I want to share with you a few of the things that were made for the wedding. I know I had talked about them and didn’t share much about them with you. You already got an update on the dream catchers. But did I tell you about her bouquet?!

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When Ashley asked me to make her bouquet, I felt so honored. She had this idea in mind for years and I had been saving brooches for her bouquet. So, it was so exciting when the day came that we were to make her dreams come true. But there was one catch! Yes, it was no longer a colorful brooch bouquet. She wanted white, off-white, silver and gold. So back to the drawing board and we collect more in the colors she wanted, and I made her bouquet. I hated it! I tore it apart and started over!! It just didn’t say ‘Ashley’ to me. I felt that it would just wash out and she trusted me to do it the way I thought represented her best. Here it is y’all!

They had planned a sand ceremony for the wedding, so Ashley asked me to etch her a container with an ‘S’ and the year for them.

 
Her bouquet was also going to need a good strong holder for the reception to display it. This is what I came up with for them.

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Ashley decided that she was going to wear turquoise for her jewelry and Marie had found some great antique pieces. We just weren’t sure how they would look with the dress, so Marie had to pass on them. I had picked up a Victorian turquoise brooch when we were in Salem and I gave Ashley the option of borrowing for the wedding. In the end I had made her earrings, two turquoise necklaces and a turquoise hairpiece to wear.

The flower girls head pieces were another creation for the wedding.

I can tell you that each piece was made with love.

 

Marie and I had an amazing and exhausting time working on the wedding for Ashley and Joshua. And in the end, it was worth every moment to see the love and happiness on their faces.