As my last blog post for Megan and Lee I wanted to share their simple but oh so fitting story.
Megan and Lee met for the first time over Thanksgiving break in Fort Smith where Lee's band, Mas Agua, was playing. Megan complimented Lee's funky shirt and Lee complimented Megan's eccentric hat. The rest is history. If you want to see more here's their wedding website http://theyoungs.weddingwoo.com
In case you missed their previous posts
Now on to the pretty pictures!
My absolute favorite detail was the cute little bride and groom fox cake toppers!
We ventured out for a little fun with the sparklers!
While we were away, somehow word got out that it was time for the big sparkler send off. We returned to all the burnt sparklers and guests waiting for us lined up outside. Any bride could have been upset by this but not Megan, she had amazing friends and family that thought quickly to give the couple the send off they deserve! I'm honestly glad this mishap took place because without it they wouldn't have these unique exit photos! It's not everyday your guests are willing to hold hot burning candles in the air for you!
Makeup - Kimberly McGuire
Hair - DIY
Jewelry - Dark Star Visuals
Lee and I both got out rings from different etsy sellers. Mine was custom designed from Lee's sketch. Opal is his birthstone, raw diamonds, and a black pearl which represents a song he wrote for me called "Rare Find" Lee was a JR High art teacher and he is a musician.
Florals - Zuzu's
Dress - BHLDN
Catering - Shannon French
Transportation- grandparents thunderbird -the one and only time either of them will get to drive it
Favors - Sugar Creek Candles and Soap
Decor - All handmade or collected by Lee's mother and father
Something Blue: Blue toenails
Something borrowed: vintage fur
Something new: necklace
You two are amazing! Thank you for having me! I'm better for knowing you two! Congratulations and good luck in your future!