Fort Bragg Wedding I love a beautiful ocean wedding. I’m not sure of many people who don’t. It might not be what they would want for themselves though.
For brides looking for wedding inspiration, there’s no lack of pretty pictures readily available. Back in the day all a girl had to turn to were wedding magazines, but now there is no shortage of beautiful ideas floating around on the internet.
I think that as human beings we’re never truly satisfied. We always want more. We want to be more, do more, have more. We have a desire to keep growing and learning. It’s a thirst we can never fully quench.
I’m not quite 30 years old, but one thing I definitely have learned in my life thus far is this – People talk about what interests them.
2014 here we come!! I guess if we’re going to be technical… we’re already in 2014. Ok. Fine. Let’s be technical. It’s now day 17 of 2014 and I realize that I haven’t blogged for daaaaaaays. Ok. Ok. MONTHS! I’m really not sure how it happens.
A few weeks back I created the floral arrangements for Tandy’s Bridal Shower. She’s such a spunky girl with so much enthusiasm for life. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the flowers for her wedding.
Sometimes you meet people and it seems like you’ve been best buds since kindergarten. You just ‘click’. That’s what it felt like starting with the first conversation I had with Stephanie.
As one of my easiest brides to work with yet, Elly was a no fuss-low stress kinda of gal. She requested mostly orange flowers arranged in a way that would fit nicely in a country reception.
Tandy Rose is gettin’ hitched in less than 1 weeks. A couple of weekends ago her sisters threw her a beautifully decorated shabby chic vintage bridal shower. I jumped at the opportunity to make floral arrangements for the shower.
I appreciate all the classes that I’ve every taken. They have given me a great base – a solid foundation to build upon. However, there are so many more styles than what I was taught in those classes. Learning is never ending. That makes me happy.