New Year's Eve: Micah and Ruthie

When a couple decides on a holiday wedding like New Year's Eve, you know it's going to be a wild and unpredictable night full of memories for all. And that's just how I feel about the last wedding in Memphis on 12-31-2010 (or so it was for me, Amy Miller, and Annabella Charles, and Delectables Catering, and Moonshine Lighting).

Just after sunset Micah and Ruthie exchanged their heartfelt vows under a floating arch of Calla Lilies. The colors were fresh and as bold as the venue they chose downtown, Bridges. The staff at Bridges couldn't have been nicer and really helped me and my crew stay safe. As a choice for brides, I love what Bridges stands for and I applaud Ruthie and Micah for bringing their day to such a high spirited, community oriented place.
Ruthie exudes a happiness so true. I absolutely cannot wait to see all of the photographs.
Annabella was kind enough to post a sneak peek (as she usually does) and let me borrow the images for my blog as well. I must also thank Jaime Newsome for her support and help that holiday morning. Lastly, I thank my team which included my husband Wayne (hanging the massive modern wedding arch), Kelly, Kristin, Melissa, and Molly. Thank you all for bringing a beautiful close and grand entrance into 2011! If you are reading this now I would also like to thank you for following the musings of a half mother, half wife, half business owner, and the 150% (you need every bit of it) crazy demanding life of a "flower lady". Yes, someone yelled "hey flower lady!" across a parking lot at me on my birthday!
Here's to another year of blessings for all.