Swoon-Worthy Friday: Wedding Update!

Good Morning and Happy Friday!

Before I jet off to work I thought I'd give you some updates on the wedding.  We have the following things ticked off our list:
  • Date--February 2011
  • Ceremony Venue--Church
  • Reception Venue--A local Farmer's Market building with cool lighting and exposed brick, very charming :)
  • Wedding Dress--mums the word, but there are some oh-so-me details I just adore!
  • Bridesmaids Dresses--a one shouldered Alfred Sung number in Navy
  • Florist--we met yesterday and she totally got my vision--loved her!
We are very close to selecting a photographer and caterer as well and I'm thrilled to have nearly all the vendors in place.   I'm really excited about some of the sweet southern charm details we are discussing for the wedding and I CAN'T WAIT to start working on all the lovely paper with Miss Ashley Brooke!   

Wedding question of the week for you readers: What song did you walk down the aisle to??  I want something slightly un-traditional but still appropriate for a church ceremony. 

Have a great weekend!



AMS said...

This sounds so YOU! Can't wait for more deets. :)

Meg said...

Girl you are on a role. I am jealous of how quickly you are checking things off the list!

~Meg @ "Through the Roses"

ACL said...

a girl i know who just got married walked down the aisle to "halleilujah" by jeff buckley. sweet and beautiful!

the clark family. said...

You've gotten SO much done! I love bridesmaids in navy- my girls wore navy too :) My fuschia and blue flowers popped against them.

Anyway- in response to your question: My bridesmaids came down the aisle to Edvard Grieg's... um, I guess "Morning Mood" is the English translation. I insisted on having Grieg at the wedding, and "In the Hall of the Mountain King," while my favorite, didn't seem appropriate! I walked down the aisle to Pacelbel's Canon in D-- One of my favorite pieces of music. Can't remember what the parents came in to, or what we walked out to though. Walking out of the church is still all a bit hazy 3 years later!

Anonymous said...

Ooh, Alfred Sung bridesmaid's dresses? Pick me please! ;) Haha- your wedding sounds like it's really coming along. Congrats! xoxo

Mindy Lockard Etiquette said...

Love the updates! As an old married lady it's so fun to follow along in your adventure. These are some of the most exciting days of your life. Enjoy.

Christine said...

Mine was uber traditional - trumpet voluntary (like Princess Diana)

Unknown said...

Just discovered your blog - and it's adorable! Just sayin hi!

Posh Peach said...

Sounds like everything is falling into place! I've been to an event at the farmer's market (at least, the one I guess it's at) and loved it! The exposed brick and the charm of the building were just fabulous. The event I went to was for Orlando's Junior League this past February and they ended up setting up a tent just outside since it was cold, but it worked out very well. The band and dancing were inside. So glad the planning is going well!

Pink Champagne said...

Sounds gorgeous! Isn't planning SUCH FUN?!?