Friday, June 22, 2012

Impecable Style

If I had a quarter for every time I heard, "I want my wedding to be simple and elegant", I would have a lot of quarters!  The truth is, those two words are used some much as descriptors in the early stages of planning the end result rarely ends up that way by virtue of the options brides sift through over the months.  It's interesting only when those words are not uttered, the the result truly is, in my opinion anyway, simple and elegant.  And I'll throw classic in there for good measure.  It is one of my biggest goals to make sure my couple's won't regret what they did for their weddings 5, 10+ years down the road.

On a clear day in May, Elise and Mike had just the wedding I described above.  Elegance started with the venue, the National Museum of Women in the Arts.  Simple was the stunning dress that fit the bride so perfectly.  Classic was the white flowers and decor that made a modern look so timeless.  So no more words, I'll let the pictures from the talented K. Thompson do the talking.

I love a happy bride~

Their precious pups!

A favorite, first dance to Prince's "Kiss"

Special thanks to

Pattie Martin  make up