**Featured Real Wedding** Camille + Caleb
This wedding has stole our hearts with special little touches and the biscuits and jelly made our hearts skip a beat! Enjoy a few of our favorites and then head to our Real Weddings section to see the rest! (Link below!)
Photographer: Jennifer Robison Photography
Location: CedarCroft Plantation
Coordinator: Wild Love Events
MUA: Carol Hines
Notes: Paperglaze Calligraphy
Catering: Drake Catering
**New Styled Inspiration**
A Rose Quartz Ballet at the Capen House
"The beauty of ballet truly cannot be understated." - Samantha E., Corner House Photography | If you're looking for inspiration packed full of details, you'll definitely want to take a look at this styled inspiration!
Say hello to the fabulous creatives that made this beautiful shoot come alive and tell a beautiful story through photos!
Photographer: Corner House Photography Co. // Invitation Designer: 9thLetter Press //Event Designer: Blue Ribbon Wedding & Event Design//Event Venue:Capen-Showalter House at the Albin Polasek Museum And Sculpture Gardens //Dress Store: Casa Di Bella Bridal Boutique //Cake Designer: Couture Cakes by Lia, LLC //Jewelry : Eric Bari Designs // Lighting: FyerFly Productions //Makeup Artist: Laura Reynolds Artistry Hair and Makeup //Beauty: Laura Reynolds Artistry// Ring Designer:Littman Jewelers //Dress Designer: Maggie Sottero Designs //Linens and Coverings : Orlando Wedding and Party Rentals //Cinema and Video: Something Beautiful Films //Equipment Rentals: Sperry Tents //Other: Timeless Charm Rentals //
To see more of this beautiful Styled Inspiration, click the link below!
This is an open letter written from the 1% of the 10% (out of the 90% who sustained horrific damage from the Great Flood of 2016).
We feel guilty that we are still able to live in our homes. Some of us received very little damage or no damage compared to the majority in our communities.
We feel guilty that we're able to sleep in our own beds.
We feel guilty that maybe we haven't helped enough people out.
We feel guilty for complaining about wet floors, when most have lost their entire lives.
We feel guilty for being spared.
We feel guilty for feeling blessed.
Our emotions are a roller-coaster.
We're afraid to say the wrong words to those who have lost everything.
We have nothing to say when someone tells us that we are fortunate that we didn't lose everything.
In one sense, we don't feel like a victim, but our lives have been turned upside down too, just in different ways.
It has helped many of teach very important life lessons to our children. We will always be grateful to the 90%.
No one could have predicted this horrific event, no one could've prevented it.
But it has taught us, that as a community, we can come together to build each other up, while rebuilding our lives.
God bless you all!