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Sunday, July 25, 2010

Beth & Steve continued

Beth put so much thought into the little details of her Virginia Beach wedding that we just had to share them with a follow up post. Her guests were entertained by a talented and entertaining caricature artist who engaged them in fun conversation while capturing their expressions on paper.

The guests were then left with a personal memento to take home. Such a great wedding favor and keepsake!
By no means did our bride overlook personalized wedding favors though. In fact, she spent many hours designing and hand crafting the 60+ wedding favors she gave her guests. Check out these unique wedding favors!

Beth had told us she was hand-making the favors, but when we unwrapped them we were absolutely blown away by the thought, detail, and time she had obviously put into each and every one of these candy dishes! How adorable!

Last but not least, we loved the creative spin she put on the traditional guestbook. She gave each of her guests a page to fill out and some bright markers to give it that creative, fun touch.

Thank you Veronica Dana for the fabulous pictures, and thank you Beth and Steve for allowing us to be a part of your fun Virginia Beach wedding!

Friday, July 9, 2010


There is no sense in denying it. We are absolutely in love with ruffles right now! Check out these fabulous bridal gowns and tell us you don't feel an ounce of lust

Aren't they absolutely stunning?

Why not share some of the fun with your bridesmaids?

Monday, July 5, 2010

Beth & Steve

What a fun wedding this was! The couple held a morning Virginia Beach wedding ceremony with 60 of their closest friends and family members in attendance.

The ceremony was adorned with a beautiful bamboo arch, starfish decor, and a ukulele player for that fun island vibe. The bride walked down the aisle to What a Wonderful World by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole, the same song the couple later had their first dance to:

The bride opted for a 3 tier cookie cake, and chose a pirate cake for the groom

The bride personally sculpted clay candy dishes for each of her guests that we will showcase in a later blog post. Here's a taste:
While this is most definitely our favorite favor to date, we absolutely fell in love with this adorable "Here comes the bride" sign that adorned the back of the bike her father used to escort her to the ceremony site.

Following the ceremony the bride and groom used the same bike to escape for some photos, and flipped the sign to read "Just Married"

Congrats Beth and Steve! We had a really fun time planning and being a part of your wedding day! We wish you all the best!