One of the loveliest statements a bride can make on her wedding day is the one she holds in her hands: her bouquet.
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Traditionally, a few important wedding day details are held sacred by the bride. Keeping to herself the special touches of her bridal look, she wants her groom to be surprised when he sees her for the first time. And boy is it always worth it! The look in his eyes — from tears to sheer joy — proves how breathtaking a groom’s first look can be.
A natural background, fresh air, the sun shining warmly on your face — all perfect reasons for having an outdoor ceremony.
Author William Arthur Ward said, “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” So in the spirit of Thanksgiving, we can’t help but express our deepest gratitude for all who have made The Laurel home for their most important events.
At first glance, it may appear to simply be a lovely, sturdy piece of suspended, rustic wood. But if you take a step back and allow your imagination to run free, a mantle can become an anchor for the most gorgeous designs.
The wedding cake — an edible work of art, the sweetest part of your reception, a glorious display of tasty design found perched atop a stand awaiting the bride and groom’s attention. (Your guests are anxiously waiting for it, too.)
What’s more fun than getting ready with your gals? Getting ready with your gals on your wedding day!
On her wedding day, there are two love stories on a bride’s mind. One is the sheer excitement of being united with her groom. While the other is of a bond that has been forming since she was born — the one between she and her Dad. And there’s something about when a father sees his daughter as a bride for the first time — that tells us he feels the same way.