Real Wedding: Michael and Gabbi

4 Jan

I know I am way behind on posting this Castle McCulloch wedding from July 2011… but better late than never, right?

(C) Brandywine Photography

Michael and Gabbi are two of the most original people I have ever met. They are both very creative and unique and I knew as soon as I met them that I would love helping them on their wedding day.

I met with Gabbi a year before she decided to hire me. She did much of the planning and then quickly got overwhelmed and knew she needed some help for the wedding…. Sound familiar? It happens all the time!

Held at Castle McCullough, their wedding was full of personal touches…including centerpieces that the bride and groom made themselves as well as potted plants as wedding favors! Their wedding was “green” and the guests had a wonderful time. The castle was decked out with wrapped vines and a potted tree for their “Tree Ceremony”. The girls all wore 1940’s inspired hair do’s and the guys were looking good in their fedoras…. Did I mention how unique this couple was?

The couple’s family was wonderful as well. The bride’s father, a fire fighter, did a lot of the outside décor for dinner and the groom’s mother hired us to also take care of the rehearsal dinner at Steak Street.

It was a wonderful weekend that we enjoyed being a part of.

Congrats Gabbi and Michael, Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your day!

{Rehearsal Dinner}
Steak Street, High Point, NC
{Rehearsal Dinner Décor}
Flowers by Candlelight
{Wedding Venue}
Castle McCulloch
{Hair and make-up}
Brandywine Photography
{Wedding Planner}
Merrymaking Events
Anything Music (Tyler)
Edible Artistry
Visions Catering


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