Nothing is more beautiful than a ceremony that comes from the heart. A couple I know, Adam Smith and Halligan Norris got married back last year in Brooklet, Savannah at a renovated barn. I was blown away by the creativeness and the beauty of their special day.
The theme was, Southern Country Fair/Vintage Circus, it evolved from Halli’s love of vintage circus treasures and a theme that has been a huge inpsirtation towards her personal artwork.
They wanted people to feel like they were in a country fair, so every little detail with help from loved ones was considered and brought to life with the communal help from loved ones. Popcorn machines, a kissing booth and a food menu that consisted of mini hot dogs, french fries, kabobs, mini hamburgers, potato salad, and cotton candy!
When asked about her wedding dress Halli states “I knew I would never find the dress I wanted in a store, but I did know my good girl friend Chelsea Cook’s designs were just what I was in the market for. I wanted to look like the girl on top of the elephant at the circus. That’s basically all the instruction I gave her and of course she made the perfect little number for me.”
This wedding always makes me smile!
The photos were shot by Josh Goleman, and Adam and Halli are an extemely creative couple. Click on their names to visit their websites.
we’ve chosen our next book! “the unbearable lightness of being” by milan kundera. i’ve always wanted to read this book so i’m really excited! stay tuned for some inspirational quotes and passages from the book.
spent the last couple of hours listening to lcd soundsystem sound-checking next door. torture, but also pretty cool. tried to sneak onto the tourbus or into the building as they were setting up… and failed. oh well, happy friday!
yep that’s right, LCD soundsystem is playing at the navy yard tonight! as i was walking into work this morning the tour bus pulled right into this parking lot in front of our building. how am i supposed to concentrate?
in honor of tonight’s show, here’s a little playlist of some LCD for your friday. the song “home” off the new album is one of my favorites right now.
more styling inspiration for you today! we had our stylists demonstrate four ways to wear the lace mock neck top – one of our favorite layering pieces for fall and winter. featuring our lovely web merchandiser as model :)
the lace mock neck adds a touch of sexiness to a casual look of jeans and a plaid button down. i love how our stylists layered two plaid shirts to get a mix of prints! perfect the look with a pair of rad platforms :)