What can I say Kelsey and Miller, other than your wedding blog post doesn’t really need any words, it speaks for itself. Such beauty and love, and peak fall foliage! What a way to wrap up a VERY busy autumn wedding run.
From beginning to end, this wedding was pretty much perfect. Great location, flawless weather, fun friends, and a beautiful couple. One thing I really did adore were the vintage touches that Kelsey incorporated into her wedding day. Her jewelry and mink stole, the mirrored perfume tray and more. As a couple they looked like they could have stepped out a an old Hollywood film; both embodied timeless glamour and style.
One thing they both also embody is love of family, and that was so evident! For the father/daughter dance Kelsey and her dad danced to an old recording that her late grandmother made of the song ‘Daddy’s Little Girl’. Before their dance Kelsey shared the story of how it came to be, in her words: “My father and Uncle were cleaning out my grandmother’s home after she passed away they found a box with an old record in it. They decided to find out what was on it so they played it. Upon playing it they found that it was a recording of my grandmother singing Daddy’s little girl. My sister and I have played it at our weddings now. We were very close with our grandmother so it’s a nice way to commemorate/incorporate her memory in our special event.” It goes without saying that after hearing the old crackly record play, and grandma’s voice singing, that there weren’t many dry eyes in the room.
Thanks again Kelsey and Miller, may you have continued happiness in the years ahead!
Hair: Scissor Excitement – Ceremony Music: Kevin Birch – Organist, Melissa Stevens – Vocals – Baker: Cake Concoctions
Florist: Newland Floral Design – Lighting: DIY Uplighting – Second: Peter