The sparkling Caribbean ocean, this fabulous bouquet, and this absolutely lovely blushing Bride; I’m pretty sure this wedding right here is the definition of paradise. Natalie Franke and Krista Jones captured it all and the picture perfect weather added a silver lining to every moment between this sweet Bride and Groom. As I dream of a Jamaican vacation, this gallery is where my travel fantasies will begin. Read More.
Happy Friday everyone!
In honor of “The Dress” that is making it’s way around the internets, today’s blog post is featuring many beautiful dresses! ;)
A few weeks back I had the privilege of capturing the The Brides Project first “on the road” bridal event! Our many hundreds of gowns carefully made their way from their home in Ann Arbor to the Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, Michigan for the Whimsical Occasions Bridal Show! Read More.
Ever heard of The Brides Project?! Well now you have. No matter who you are, this bridal boutique is something to learn about. The mission statement says it all:
“To provide brides with a socially conscious budget an eco-friendly option for purchasing a bridal gown, and to use these proceeds at the Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor for people touched by cancer.” Read More.
The Brides’ Project, a volunteer-based bridal salon, has moved to a different facility located at 1677 Plymouth Road, Ann Arbor, in The Courtyard Shops.
TBP was modeled off of a salon in Toronto, owned by Helen Sweet. Monique Sluymers, who is from Toronto, connected to bring the business to Ann Arbor. TBP’s core principle is to maximize money for services for people impacted by cancer. The money goes through the Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor, according to Barb Hiltz, executive director of the Cancer Support Community. Read More