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Red, White and Creamy {A Vintage Wedding Elopement}

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Let’s just start with the shoes…. aren’t these amazing?! I fell in love with them! And they go perfectly with Tracy’s vintage wedding style. Note the dress, clutch, nail polish, jewelry, hair accessory and even that cute white umbrella! And Tracy’s mom made this awesome dress…. Wow! So much to love:-)
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Tracy and Elliot came to NYC to elope… well not exactly to elope, but to get married….without any wedding guests. There’s something so cool and self-assured about getting on an airplane and flying to NYC for the single purpose of getting married in the most memorable and intimate way. I got to be one of the witnesses! Catarina, their wedding planner was Witness #2. And check it out, they didn’t even let the pouring rain put a damper on their beautiful day. PS: Please brides, if it rains on your wedding day, let it make it more memorable, don’t have a heart attack. The point of having a wedding day is to get married, not to look for perfection. 😀

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  • December 8, 2011 - 4:37 pm

    Susan Diane Mitchell - Oh Wendy, you are so beautifully talented, I love the photos you make of love and consecration of one heart to the other, would love for you to do the same for me and my Beloved when we marry next year. Will you? I love as always, forever…susan

  • December 12, 2011 - 11:19 pm

    wendy g - Wow Susan! Thank you so much for reading my blog! And yes, let’s talk more about next year’s nuptials :-) So exciting

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