Author: Margie Gardner

I don't know how well the cakes taste since I am not privy to that, but I do know that they look visually stunning.  Let me showcase a few of my favorites. Starting with these two stunning examples by Dan the Cake Man (photo credit to Roxy & Jon Photography).  The first is adorned with these delicate flowerettes that demonstrate all things delicate and feminine and pink where as the groom's cake is a pretty good job looking like a whiskey barrel.  There is even this mock "dirt" at the bottom which is very edible and tasty to boot though we

Austin and Ryan, like so many of our couples these days, were very busy with finishing school and balancing work and wedding planning and LIFE.  Austin contacted me early to handle Day of Coordinator, decorating, and all of her bouquets.  Through many emails and a few meetings, I got to know her, her style, and her vision for her wedding day.  She was wonderful to work with and with the help of some Pinterest pictures and such, we took a huge load off of her shoulders as we handled many of the details of wedding day. With rain the week before

From the living area looking towards the back is the kitchen area then beyond that is the bathroom.  We took a vintage door that was originally pulled out of the farmhouse and made it into a trolley door for the bathroom.  This allowed the door mirror for prepping and with it being a trolley door it took up less space.  And who doesn't like the look of all of that trolley hardware?  With the door open, it showcases the beautiful vintage mirror attached to the wall of the bathroom.  This mirror came off of an old vanity desk. If you know