Autumn and Chuck have a charming and colorful Seminole Heights Garden Center wedding.
THESE TWO!!! So many heart eyes! I may be partial because they are neighbors and hired all local businesses (even her dress was made by a local seamstress!). Or maybe I love them because we’ve become good friends and they landscaped our backyard. They are incredible at what they do with their business Dragonfly Landscape and Water Gardens. Beyond that, they are really good people at their core and they had a local Seminole Heights Garden Center wedding (or as it’s really called the Seminole Garden Center).
I have to tell you quickly how they met. Essentially, they accidentally stalked each other in the neighborhood from the grocery store to an antique store, they kept stumbling into each other. All forces of the earth were trying to get these two together. Finally and unexpectedly a mutual friend got them to go on a date. Let’s just say it definitely worked out. Autumn got ready at their bungalow and Chuck was down the road at their best friend’s house. Their house and backyard screams #GOALS! They have a huge vegetable garden, a hen house and two cute pups.
We had their first look at the garden center and it was perfect. Thank you to Heather Anderson for making Autumn the most incredibly flowy dress. We were able to create so many fun photos! After the short but emotional ceremony, Salt Block Catering was waiting inside with the most delicious dinner and Laura Maddrey of Cupping Cakes with the desserts. Just a quick rundown, L. Easton provided the florals (please check them out, they have their own farm!), Ashley Meeke was the wonderful planner, Autumn’s hair was done by Siobhan Silva with Disco Dolls, Rev. Henry Ellis officiated the union and their best friend Vinnie Cosentino was the DJ. All the local love!
Autumn and her dad danced down the aisle, it was so cute!
The flower crown changed owner’s many times!