A wedding has never ensued so many ooo’s and ahh’s and wow-worthy moments as this beautiful and vibrant pink and purple wedding on our wedding blog today! It’s bold and modern and covered in personality. Good luck trying to pick just one favorite moment, because this bride & groom made sure to go above and beyond everyone’s expectations.
Amy & Jordan Photography share, Heidi and Bryan’s wedding day was the perfect celebration of two people who just belong together and who aren’t afraid to live their love and their life in full, vibrant color. Heidi is a crazy talented stationer in the wedding industry herself, so we knew her paper products were going to be incredible, but what we didn’t realize is how each and every element of their day would be so THEM. From the bold floral arrangements to the light-up tambourines. The table full of cotton candy, the geometric cake and the perfect heart-shaped escort card display that had Heidi’s signature style written all over it. And, of course, the feature that ultimately took our breath away: over two thousand ribbons hung and hand-tied from the ceiling with a real, fresh flower tied to the end of every single one. Over 6,000 feet of ribbon in all. The entire day was pure magic. And we loved every minute of it.
If we could sum up this weekend’s wedding in just a few words, it’d be these: bright, bold, modern colors infused with a quiet, strong, steady love. That’s Heidi and Bryan. That’s who they are. That’s who they’ve always been. From the night she rounded the corner wearing a dress and a smile that he’ll never forget, to the moment she walked down the aisle doing the same, he’s loved her. He’s always loved her. He’s always just… known.
They grew up in the same small town. Rural Indiana. They went to high school together and even rode in the same limo to the senior prom. Then, they went their separate ways, to separate states, and reunited years later after a simple twist of fate. A gathering. A get-together. Old friends who hadn’t seen each other for a long time. Love hadn’t dealt either of them a perfect hand since they’d left that small town. But it had one more card it hadn’t yet played: her dress and that smile. Neither expected to find a second chance that night, but it sure found them.