Lindsay & Michael
Q & A with the Bride:
Which details from your wedding were your favorites?
The flowers were so elegant. Our main color was eggplant, but we wanted to stay classy by incorporating just the right amount of color. All of our centerpieces contained a lot of whites, creams and greens with just the right amount of eggplant color.
The mercury glass theme we went with for votives and table centerpieces
The ruched chair covers we went with. I thought they gave a different feel to the room then the standard “bag” style.
If you could offer one piece of advice for other couples planning their wedding, what would it be?
Keep calm and enjoy the day. The days and weeks leading up to the event are busy and stressful. This day happens once in your life and just make sure you enjoy the day and don’t stress about the little things that may not go as planned. Also, this is the couple’s day, but so much of it is spent apart, talking and visiting with guests. Make sure to find some time to sneak away for a few minutes and take in the special day by yourselves.
Give us the one moment in your wedding day you can’t stop thinking about.
Right before our ceremony was to begin, as guests were coming in, it began to downpour outside. The skies were as dark as can be and the rain was coming down in sheets. As my Dad and I were walking down the aisle the sun started to break through the clouds. By the time our ceremony was over – 18 minutes later – the sun was shinning and the rain was gone. The reason this was so special was not only because the sun started to shine while my Dad and I were walking down the aisle, but because the song we chose to be our recessional song, months ago, was “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles. People were talking about this the rest of the night, and it is something we will remember and be able to talk about for many years.