When Nichole first reached out to me, she told me they were "non-traditional" and that they wanted to get married in a park.
Their first choice fell through, but Canton Waterfront Park became an amazing second.
When it came to the flowers, Nichole told me she wanted it to be "weird but still pretty."
Her bouquet featured succulents, king protea, garden roses, campanula (from my garden!), and unripe blueberries from a local farm.
The men in her family joined together to create this beautiful wooden arbor that we draped with simple fabric and blooms.
Garlands on the back of the aisle are always a yes in my opinion!
This photo from Barbara O. photography made me cry happy tears. Usually I'm a few steps ahead of the bride on the wedding day, and when I see the pictures I get to see everything come together. The ceremony site and the venue are never fully alive until the bride and groom enter.
Wishing you all a walk by the water this week.