Give me an ultra-romantic, impeccably styled outdoor “I do,” and I’ll be one happy blogger. But take that same affair and add top-notch vendors like Kay English and Reverie Events, and it’s sure to go down as an all-time fave. With cascading bouquets and a million steal-worthy details, the full gallery plus video from Willow Tree Films are two pretty things you just mustn’t miss.
From the Bride… The day I started to date my husband, is the day I started to daydream about my future wedding. Seven years later when we got engaged I was beyond ready to plan the wedding of my dreams. Our wedding day exceeded all of my biggest dreams and expectations. I wasn’t going for a specific theme, I just wanted my wedding to feel and look romantic and beautiful.
The first step was to find my venue, our neighbor told us about a wedding she was invited too at the Merion Tribute House in Merion Station, PA. The moment we stepped foot on the property I knew this was exactly what I wanted. A beautiful old castle that had so much charm, It was love at first sight. Next, I found the perfect florist to create the exact look I wanted at Reverie Events with natural flowers and cascading greenery accompanied by candles to add a romantic feel.
My photographer Kay English Photography was a must book since she has been a wonderful mentor in my life and her work is absolutely amazing! I also wanted to find a videographer that could capture our day as well, Willow Tree Films was a no brainer, their work is so unique and beautiful.
Last but not least, my dress! It was the first dress I tried on and I knew it was the one! It is a Marisa wedding gown. Bridesmaids dresses were Jim Hjelm in a light blush color. Our day couldn’t have been any more perfect then it could have been, I am so thankful for everyone that made our day possible!
Photography: Kay English | Floral Design: Reverie Events | Wedding Dress: Marisa | Reception Venue: Merion Tribute House | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Jim Hjelm | Doorknob Table Numbers: Framed In Love | Venue: Merion Tribute House | Video: Willow Tree Films