Author: Margie Gardner

Caitlin DeLoach Photography Heritage flower gardens The Barn at High Point Farms could be jokingly called "Flowers-R-Us" because not only are we a flower farm but the flowers are part of our family heritage.  When my parents first purchased the farm, my grandparents began bringing trees, bushes, perennials, and bulbs from their small farm to be planted here on this farm.   Honeyroot Photo and Film These fuschia flowers are called Cock's Comb after the color of the rooster's comb (or wattle) under his beak.  My mother was famous for these and shared the seeds with so many.  They are show-stoppers and no surprise that

Wedding day is all about the bride and groom and their ceremony, right?  Yes and no.  It is certainly the priority of wedding day, but the logistics of all of the details and decisions require balancing priorities and budgets when it comes to decisions like whether you should use plastic or real dinnerware for your reception. The pros to using plasticware Cheapest Option:  This is obviously the best reason to consider using plasticware for your reception.  Fortunately, nowadays, there are many beautiful options for some eye-appealing plastic plates specifically.  Whether with scallops or trimmed in gold, these plates will help the

Honeyroot Photo and Film Wedding day seems to race by like a flash of lighting with so many activities in a typical couple's timeline.  For a special day that is "all about the bride and groom," iit often feels as though you can lose track of your priorities.  Let me suggest three unique wedding reception ideas for you to consider.  These may mix up the wedding day timeline, but it often offers solutions for the bride and groom as they juggle photo ops, time with guests, and time with each other. Idea #1 - Eat at the end of the reception Nashville Wedding

Y Studio Photography One of the wedding day decisions that all brides must make is choosing their bridal bouquet. The bridal bouquet is a focal point and so a bit of thought needs to go into choosing the right one. Five Main Considerations Style First consideration in picking your perfect birdal bouquet is your style.  Typically, a bride chooses her bridal gown before picking her bouquet.  Is your bridal gown boho or extravant or simple?  You want a cohesive style for both of these choices.   Kenney Photography Heather Lynn Gonzales Photography Size Picking the size of your bouquet is part reality and part personal preference.  The reality

Honeyroot Photo and Film Wedding day is a long awaited day that you have dreamed about often for years.  Many plans have been made that all come together on this one special day.  This blog will give you ideas on what items you may need to bring just for your wedding day prepping needs - preceremony.   wedding day essentials I feel confident that every bride will remember to bring her wedding gown and shoes.  But here are a few items "dress" related to consider as well. A photo worthy dress hanger for your bridal gown. Sewing repair kit, fabric tape, and a variety