22 Aug Eureka Springs Summer Weddings
Our first Bride had long blonde hair, a big, beautiful smile and two bouquets. Her sister lovingly created a silk floral bouquet and Eureka Flower provided one in fresh flowers in white, peach and ivory. We used both of them to the best advantage with the larger floral piece displayed in long distance photographs and the smaller bouquet in the close-ups to give a different quality to each setting. Our Groom hand-signed all of the words to the ceremony for his Bride so she could read the love in his heart through the movement of his hands and then sign her replies to the ceremonial vows. It was a beautiful display of their love for one another depicting the give and take that any successful marriage needs. They chose the Gazebo for their wedding ceremony and included the Prayer of a Husband and Wife which uses the words “Let us be thoughtful in word and deed” and our Bridal couple showcased that in her delight at everything he did and his pleasure in that delight. What is more delightful than a happy couple enjoying every minute of their wedding day and then leaving to share their happiness with family and friends at a special reception in their honor.
The Eureka Chapel was the location for the next ceremony on a beautiful but warm Saturday in August. Our Bride had long dark hair, a pretty white dress and another Eureka Flower creation styled in just white to match her dress. The Groom was wearing a happy smile and an outfit to match his Bride. Our photographer had the Bride close her eyes then open them before he snapped their wedding memories so he could capture the photograph without a blinking of the eyes. To her delight it worked perfectly and our Groom, who enjoys photography himself, thought that was a lesson learned that he could use in the future. We always develop an eight by ten photograph for our wedding couples to take home with them and her beautiful smile when she saw how wonderful they looked together was as perfect as the two of them together. They had to leave early to tend someone they love who needed tending and they will lovingly do it together.