Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
Swapping out flower bouquets for another alternative can enhance your theme, make your wedding unique, and even save you some money. You can use these different bouquets for your bridal party, a flower girl, or make your own look stand out with a contrasting bouquet.
A backyard wedding is one of my favorites, a big reason, I had a backyard wedding too! A wedding hosted in the backyard of someones home is special, unique and never duplicated. Amy and Doc's wedding was nothing short of special & unique. With over 200 guests Amy's Aunt and Uncle offered their home for this memorable occasion.
A beautiful gown embellished with a simple black sash-stunning!
This family was nothing short of loving and supportive, fun and fabulous!
And quite funny!
Not to mention beautiful!
Simple aisle decor to accent the beautiful property!
So happy and in love, you can't fake that smile-even if you tried!
This little guy was adorable and the most perfect ring bearer!
Although I am from the south, I was shamefully unaware of this most southern tradition or rather folklore, that states; if you bury a bottle of bourbon, upside down and exactly one month from the day you are to be married at the side of the ceremony, it won't rain on your wedding day. Let's just say...it worked!
We absolutely enjoyed working with Amy and Doc, making sure their backyard ceremony went off without a hitch. From flower delivery, chair set up, aisle decor, timing, transportation and ceremony guidance we were honored to make it all happen for Amy & Doc.
My little ring bearer helper-such a cutie! I'm pretty sure he was flirting with me ;)
Ceremony Venue: The Bride's Aunt & Uncles Home
Design: Kyle Michelle Weddings
Photographer: Love Shack Photography
Reception Venue: Tavistock
Kristin and I met Dani Jill and her mother Molly via Skype in April 2012 while Dani Jill was visiting her Mom on vacation in Florida. Dani Jill knew exactly what she wanted but lived in Texas and was planning on having her wedding in New Jersey at her soon to be mother-in-law’s farm.
Dani Jill had most of what she envisioned for her wedding day pinned on Pinterest (oh, technology...still amazes me!). With her ideas and ours we helped plan the perfect day. Kristin and I knew the exact bridal bouquet she wanted and what she wanted for centerpieces, so in order to help ease some of costs that comes with a wedding we offered to make her bouquet as well as her bridesmaids bouquets, boutonnieres for the groom, groomsman, and fathers as well as the wrist corsages for the Mothers and Grandmothers. For the centerpieces, Dani Jill’s family had mason jars and we had flowers and twine!
Dani Jill also wanted a fun way to display her escort cards and favors (lottery tickets) and I had an old, glass paned door…perfect match. Kristin and I roughed up the door by sanding all the edges then strung twine in horizontal rows down the door and using the teeniest, tiniest, clothespins everything came together.
We could not have had anymore fun planning this wedding and anymore fun with Dani Jill and Aaron’s families. Aaron’s Mothers farm was breath taking and so was the bride!
This day started with two families coming together and ended with homemade Strawberry Wine and Moonshine!
Photography by: Studio Blue
Flowers and Decor by: Kyle Michelle Weddings
DJ: Chris Hummel
Caterer: Wedgewood Country Club
Cake/Cupcakes by: Sweet T's Bakeshop
Tent and Rentals: Petrosh's Big Top
We love creating and designing-we love flowers too! So we marry the two, and bouquets and centerpieces are what you get!
Yellow is a beautiful summer color and the combination of roses, mums and lilies makes for a beautiful combination!
Shoes should be a statement and well, so should your flowers, so... why not pair them together for a beautiful picture!
Carnations-so underestimated! An inexpensive yet beautiful flower! Add a little pizzazz with feathers, lace and silver studs!
Hydrangeas! They are always stunning! With a few stems you can have yourself a beautiful bunch-perfect for a bride!
Flowers~! Flowers~! Flowers~!
photos by Brittany Lee Photography