We frequently escape to the Hocking Hills for a little R&R......rent a little cabin (hot tub required), and explore some of the many trails. Weekend before last we went to the Rock House(one of the only true caves in the region) and came upon these wonderful colors on the cliffs outside the cave. We don't know if it was some sort of phenomena, or whether its normal for this time of year; whatever, when we saw it we were in awe, and, of course, I thought wedding....
What a great addition to your celebration....here are some of our charming flowergirls from last years weddings.
This is why we advise you to hold onto their flowers until right before the ceremony..
They are all angels until somebody gets too tired or just plain cranky. Check with your venue, many have a quiet room. In some of the churches, this room even has a window to the sanctuary so parents can still view the wedding without disturbing the other guests. Don't be shy about alerting all those attending with children of this rooms location and its purpose.
With a little preplanning...what a wonderful memory they make.
We wanted to show you some examples of how different colors can blend to create a unique palette. Shown here with a lavender theme, we coordinated shades of blues, grays, purples and greens. A Spring afternoon in a natural country setting, a loosely gathered bouquet of garden flowers, and we couldn't resist the shoe bows ...... a touch of whimsy is always good.