Yesterday I showed you the utterly fabulous snowflake details at Erin and Corey’s wedding. But really, what stands out about this wedding is the people. Erin was determined to create a laid-back environment where her guests could relax and have fun, and it was a great success! I’m so in love withe Erin’s gown.
Isn’t she lovely? Makeup by Andrea Carter, and hair by Elaine McMichael.
Meanwhile, Corey was wrapped in plastic. Getting his hair cut. By a bridesmaid.
And then the groomsmen pitched in to lint-roll any stray hairs. It takes a village, y’all.
Grooming complete, we went on to the first look. Such a gorgeous setting at Villa Christina.
The wedding party is a group of Erin and Corey’s friends that have all been hanging out together for 10 years, so they set a fun, relaxed tone. The aisle at Villa Christina is long, making for a great entrance. But if you’re a flower girl, it can be confusing. This flower girl’s uncertainty was just adorable. If her dress, “fur” coat and hat weren’t cute enough, the way she turns around with head-scratching confusion just takes the cake.
I have to take a moment again to gush over this snowflake backdrop by Ashley Pepitone.
Love their first kiss!
Oh, I also want to show you these boutonnieres. Love the black and white and winter-y sparkle by Juli Vaughn.
But I digress. I want to show you some of the laughter and fun. Like this moment during the toast…
You know what helps everyone be so relaxed and have fun? The bride and her guests could relax and enjoy the day thanks to the planning, preparation, and friendly coordination of Emily at Stella Harper Events. Thanks for making it an awesome day!