“I’m late, I’m late for
A very important date.” The White Rabbit…or the gorgeous blonde bride in the huge tulle skirt.
I will leave the song right there because even with Julie’s late arrival time, she absolutely took the time to say hello, smile, enjoy, visit with her girls and constantly attend to her little flower girls and flower baby(who will go down in my flower girl Hall of fame) and never appeared to have a care in the world! It makes me think all brides should possibly wear a big huge tulle tutu while getting ready. David has moved into our smiliest groom spot. I am certain that I never saw him one single time without a big HUGE smile on his face….no matter what..hot hot hot or rain downpour during formals. All we ever saw from both of them was joy and excitement…even when their entire reception had to be changed and put under cover. Thank you, Heather and Divine Event for pulling that off with the least amount stress for your couple and their families possible. BRAVO! Thank you all for letting us be a part! We couldn’t help falling in love with all of you!
Spectacular Southern Venue: Cloverleaf Farm
Floral Vision: Bride’s Mother, Elizabeth and Aunt Julie Tenney
Floral Design: A Divine Event Design Studio
Outdoor Living Rooms(Furnishings and Design): Aunt Julie Tenney
Fabulous Food and Drink: A Divine Event
Wedding Cake Artist: Classic City Confections
Bride’s Dresses: Sweet Elegance
Groom’s Attire: Jos.A. Bank
Fire and Ice (Ice Cream Sundae Bar): A Divine Event
Hair Artist: Kami from Sego Salon
D.J.: Tony Washington
Ceremony Musicians: Taylor-Rich String Trio
Harpist: Carrie Scruggs