Hello Brides! Thank you for welcoming me into the E & I family and for joining in on my wedding planning adventures. I am looking forward to sharing my inspirations, the experiences that I have encountered so far and getting your input along the way. I'll see you each Wednesday!
|Location:||Durham, North Carolina|
|Budget:||It's a moving target!|
|Occupation:||Interior Designer/Project Manager|
|Wedding Date:||March 16, 2013|
|Venue:||The King's Daughters Inn|
|Photographer:||Rebecca Ferguson Photography|
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Who would have thought that a northern girl would fall in love with a southern boy! Clay and I met online, we had our first date on April Fool’s day in downtown Raleigh in 2011 and we have been teaching each other about the ways of the North and South ever since! “Y’all” versus “Wicked”…BBQ versus Linguica…Mash a button versus Push a button…Over yonder versus Over there…Chicken on a biscuit for breakfast versus Egg and cheese on a bagel for breakfast. Chicken on a biscuit for breakfast?!?!?! I am working hard at better understanding the southern way of living and Clay has the patience of a saint…bless his heart!
Clay did make quite the southern statement though. He proposed to me in Charleston South Carolina, in a beautiful little park, in front of a Confederate war monument! (He really was romantic about it!)
Our venue has become the focal point from which our wedding planning revolves around. The King’s Daughters Inn is a boutique B&B with 17 guest rooms and the place where our guests will witness our ceremony, celebrate with dinner and dancing, followed by an overnight stay. It is beautifully designed around the 1920’s Art Deco style and has amazing architectural details, custom headboards and gorgeous fabrics. We have chosen colors, attire, flowers and food that complement the setting while at the same time infusing our personal style…a modern, chic simplicity.
Until next Wednesday...