Thursday, December 20, 2007

Tabacchi - Ryan - December 15, 2007

Where to begin! December 15 was a very special day, as we were lucky enough to be involved with the wedding of Amelia Tabacchi & Todd Ryan. It was a real pleasure working with them and their families. They were married in Oxford, OH on the Miami University campus at Kumler Chapel and Marcum Conference Center.
Amelia has exquisite taste, and really has a flare for doing things in a fun way! Her details included rhinestone sprays and chandelier crystals attached to sparkle birch, giving it a really icy Winter Wonderland type of feel. Her candy table was amazing. We took care of the candy part of it, and she had relatives make their famous recipe cookies. The display was like Candy Land meets Snow village. A couple of the relatives made their famous marinara sauce in jars for the guests, and one of them made home made wine.
I met many of Amelia & Todd's friends and family, and what a special group of people. I really feel blessed to have been a part of such a special day. Thanks Amelia & Todd. Best wishes, and I'm sure we'll cross paths again! The good pictures were taken by the fabulous April Rentz of Bluebird Photography, The not so good ones were taken by moi, and that is why I'm not a photographer. :)

December 15 Wedddings - Round 1

I have a ton of great pictures to post from this past weekend, and I will be posting them as they become available. I just had to get one of the pictures up right away. This was a candy topiary that I did for the candy table/bar at Amelia Tabachhi and Todd Ryan's wedding. It was soooo cute, and really decorative. I'll post more pics real soon.
The picture below were taken by the fabulous April Rentz of Bluebird Photography,


's all real candy!

Monday, December 17, 2007

Carrie Jernigan & Scott Thompson - 8.25.07

Photos by the fabulous Bob White of White Imagery,

Carrie and Scott had a beautiful wedding at Hyde Park United Methodist and reception at Ault Park. Their colors were chartreuse and chocolate brown, and it looked gorgeous. Please enjoy the pics below.
All photos by the fabulous Bob White of White Imagery,


See the brooch above? I collect them (vintage rhinestone brooches), and I sell them in my shop. But, I don't sell very many of may be asking yourself, "Why?". It's because I have a really hard time parting with them. Can you relate? But, when I have a customer who really loves them as much as I do, I feel like my brooches are going to a good home. Believe me, it's still hard to part with them, but I feel I must share the beauty. And honestly, how many brooches does a girl need?
So, the brooch above went to one of my October brides, Mary Kramer, and it looked so stunning with her dress, I felt that it belonged with her.
Photo by Bob White, [White Imagery](