Bridal inspiration

Real Weddings: Meet Heidi

Heidi and Casey dated for 9 years before getting married. Needless to say, after all of that time together their family and friends were already close as can be. And all of those loved ones rallied to hand craft this homespun soiree. The couple chose Heidi's parents' home in Hancock, NH as their spot. The estate, named "The Highlands", was built in 1790 and used to belong to the bride's grandmother, who cultivated a menagerie of odd pets on the grounds (including a peacock). Special touches included a hand painted bar and table signs (all named for the couple's pets). Heidi's sister made an amazing, vintage inspired photobooth. If you think you spy a LOT of littles you aren't wrong. All 9 of the bride and groom's nieces and nephews (all under the age of 6) were part of the ceremony! Heidi wore our Orchis Tee and a custom skirt based off of the Nolita dress. The perfect combination for this intimate union.

Finery: Orchis Tee and a custom skirt based off of the Nolita dress | Photographer: Chrissy Bulakites for Matchbox Studios | Flowers: La Flora Couture | Ring: Hortense

Happily Yours, CH

Real Weddings: Meet Taylor

Josh and Taylor wed at The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Michigan. Taylor chose our Grand Palais, a gown fit for her luxe location. Don't these two make black tie look good? Seeing these lovers in front of that roaring fireplace *almost* makes us excited for fall.

Dress: Grand Palais | Photography: Natalie Probst Photography | Venue: The Townsend Hotel | Hair & Makeup: 6 Salon | Groom’s Tux: J. Barbaro | Flowers: Blumz

Happily Yours, CH