Anne and Nick, you were so stunning on your wedding day!
This gorgeous necklace belonged to Anne's Grandmother. It was also worn by Anne's sister, Audrey, at her wedding 5 years ago. (Happy Anniversary, Audrey and Phil!)
It is a family tradition to play the bagpipes at weddings. The bride's uncle is so talented, and it just added another personal and unique element to the day.
Gorgeous sunlight streamed through Anne's veil as she made her entrance.
Random wedding guests were given flowers to fill this cool vase, handmade by the groom. Anne and Nick added two roses during the ceremony. Such a lovely, creative way to symbolize their union and that of their families!
Nick's handmade vases were filled with fresh herbs and decorated each table at the reception.
The groom also made their cupcake stand!
I love that their First Dance song was perfectly them.
They sang to each other the whole time, it was so sweet to witness.
One proud Father of the Bride.
And Nick and his Mom had a fun time dancing and singing too.
Bright florals, sparkly bling!
To enjoy more from Anne + Nick's Morris-Butler House and Flat 12 Bierwerks Wedding, please feel free to view the following slideshow:
Anne and Nick, thank you so much for sharing your wedding day with me and Reggie! We are so happy for the two of you and wish you all the best as you share married life together! I can't wait to hear about your honeymoon in Mexico! Love to you both!Pin It