Kelly’s last name was Campbell, and she married into the name Graham. How fun is that!? I had to title this blog post with Kelly and Eric’s wedding hashtag.. It’s too good not to share! As was their big day, captured beautifully by Chic Shot Studio…
Kelly and Eric contacted me about a year and a half before their wedding. I love a plan-ahead bride! I was also struck by how involved Eric was from the start. He never missed a meeting and helped Kelly make most of the wedding decisions. Their love and compatibility was evident from the beginning; but what I didn’t know right away was how much I would grow to adore them as a couple and as new friends!
Kelly ordered the ties for Eric and his groomsmen on Etsy, and I think they looked PERFECT with the gorgeous floral work by In Bloom.
Kelly ordered several signs and decor from me at Two Peas Shop, but my favorite project was her custom hand-written programs! We loved how they came out – especially the map of Park Ave. Who doesn’t want a hand-drawn train on their program!? 😉
After their ceremony, the bridal party headed to the Winter Park Farmer’s Market for a delicious cocktail hour and reception menu from Puff n’ Stuff Catering. I love how the navy blue pops with their color scheme!
The Sugar Suite knocked it out of the park with their gorgeous (and oh-so-yummy!) cake, and the party went late into the night thanks to Our DJ Rocks! It was so fun to watch Kelly and Eric truly enjoy the music and dancing all night… they know how to throw a party!
By The Richards captured the whole day on video, and posted this gorgeous teaser last week. I would recommend them to any of my brides!! I had so much fun getting to know Kelly’s awesome team of vendors during dinner, as we all sat around the kids’ table for a few minutes and played Uno! Future brides, take note 😉
Kelly and Eric, thank you so much for trusting me to be a part of your day. It was amazing!