This wedding has a subtle romance to it - from the sun-drenched images by Liz Anne Photography, to the simple musical details and white O'Hara roses. I can't help but love it all! With such a romantic wedding, it seems only fitting Curtis and Melissa are high school sweethearts. "We would write notes and give them to each other between classes all the time, because apparently, 50 minutes of class time spent apart was too much!" After attending college together, the couple was married last October at the La Posada De Santa Fe Resort in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The romantic florals for this wedding were especially stunning considering they were arranged by the bride's (very talented!) Maid of Honor. The flowers, which consisted of white O'Hara roses, thistle, purple kale, Dusty Miller, Baby's Breath, and curly willow, were actually ordered wholesale. Melissa's stunning lace wedding dress was actually purchased off of Ebay for half price after trying it on in a bridal salon! I'm also loving the music sheets laying on top of all of the reception tables and the mismatched lace bridesmaids dresses in shades of pink and lavender.
Romantic Music Inspired Wedding - Vendors & Credits
Photographer: Liz Anne Photography
Venue: La Posada De Santa Fe Resort
Floral Designer: Silver Springs Floral and Gift, assembled by MOH
Cake Designer: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Ceremony Music: Los Primos
Officiant: Bishop Daniel Dangaran, Church of Antioch at Santa Fe
DJ/Entertainment: Too Hot To Stop Mobile DJ Service
Hair and Makeup Artist: Jessica Style Hair and Makeup Design
Bride's Attire: "Electra" shoes by Nina via Zappos, haircomb by The Vivi Girl, hairpin by Yester Era, jewelry by JC Bridal Jewelry and custom dress hanger by Einspanner
Groomsmen Attire: Vera Wang via Men's Wearhouse
Cake Topper: Wooden Heart Buttons
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