A Wedding Locket

It hadn’t occurred to us how meaningful a locket might be on a wedding day for a bride (or groom? or mother of the bride? mother of the groom?) until we had an inquiry about it.  Of course, we thought. It’s one of the most important days in a person’s life, and when someone is missing from it, giving them a place in the day means everything. 

Things move fast around here. So just about as soon as someone presented this idea to us, it grew. Like most things.  It’s like you’ve never heard a word before and then once you know what it means you hear it everywhere.  Or when you’re pregnant and you think everyone is pregnant. Or when you’re sad and you wonder who else is sad out there in the abyss of the world?

Wrapped around your bouquet, close to your heart, in the grooms pocket, as an addition to the candles and decor. Something borrowed, something new. As long as it’s meaningful, it’ll fit right in. 

Special thanks to all of these hard-working wedding vendors for making these beautiful images come together: 

Venue – Hotel Crosby

Bride’s dress and earrings – Raffine Bridal 

Tux – Knight’s Chamber (@knights_chamber_clothiers)

Rings – LJS Design (@ljsdesignjewelry)

Makeup – Makeup by Mindie (@makeupby_mindie)

Hair – Hair by Theresa (@hair.by.theresa)

Tanning – Dee’s Spray Tan (@deesspraytan)

Florist – The Flower Girls (@theflowergirlsmn)

Winter Wonderland trees and planters – Fleur De Louise 

Cakes – Bread Art (@breadartmn)

Rentals – Apres Event (@apreseventandtent)

Sign – After Saying Yes (@aftersayingyes)

Ribbons – Rose Mille (@rosemillestudio)

Photography – Julie Greer Photography (@juliegreerphotography)

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