Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Come Visit Sweet Emilia Jane

{photo by EP Love}

I can't believe it has taken me this long to tell you about my new website! I started Sweet Emilia Jane way back in 2009 and I am so thankful for and amazed about how it's grown over the past three years! I get to work with some of the most incredible vendors in the most gorgeous of places with the sweetest of clients. It kind of rocks! We provide event design, planning and floral services. So please visit the website and say hello!

Friday, October 8, 2010

Southern Wedding Magazine!!!

Southern Weddings Magazines likes {un}Veiled Vows! Wow! I just ordered my copy of the latest issue last week and I had no idea this little blog was even in it! I am so honored to be a small part of such a fantastic publication. Maybe I should take this as a sign that I need to post a recap of the wedding soon. It was only over three months ago! Yikes! I'm still crafting and planning over at Sweet Emilia Jane, though, so please visit!

Saturday, July 31, 2010

If you want to see the messiest, most DIY wedding Style Me Pretty has ever shown go check out this post. Oh yeah...and it's our wedding. :)
There are so many more amazing photos from Davina + Daniel of complete mischief and grinding on the dance floor. I'll share those soon. Promise. But for a badass slideshow click here.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

And a little bit more...

photos from my uber-talented sis.
heck yes there was cake.
The tattoo table was rad! Even my conservative cousins were rockin' heart tats.
The girlies made their own bouquets. Such an amazing moment.
And the bombass tent that all of our incredible friends helped put together!

Sunday, July 25, 2010

My sister took some incredible photos with her Diana camera during the wedding weekend.
She also surprised us with 1000 freaking cranes hanging from a tree.

And a hand-made teepee! She definitely got the majority of the creative genes in the family. She is so talented and also the sweetest, most generous person I know.

The groom getting a head smooch from the officiant (and my booty...ah yeah).

Portrait time.
I am crazy about this shot.
And finally the groom taking a moment before getting ready for the ceremony.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

{Photo by my favorite Phinney. Her mama made us that quilt! Best wedding present ever!}

This photo pretty much sums up how we were feeling throughout the whole wedding weekend. All warm and fuzzy, surrounded by the love of our closest friends and family and each other. It was seriously intense and I was not quite prepared for what it would feel like standing up there with my husband and all these people who have been such a big part of our lives out there supporting us. I was overwhelmed and overcome with gratitude and love towards those people. I think we are still riding the high of it. If I had known the wedding would be so amazing and that marriage would be as crazy good as it is than I would have had a MUCH shorter engagement! Here is to two weeks as husband and wife!

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

I started writing this blog as a way to express and vocalize my wedding plans, fears, dreams and anxiety anonymously. Over the months, for various reasons (and because I can't keep a secret, apparently), more and more people that I know started visiting and joining the conversation. I was totally fine with that except I didn't feel comfortable being as open as I had been before and the blog started being more about the pretty with a few rants here and there. I have decided that 1) I don't want to focus on the little details anymore and 2) I don't want to waste my energy ranting. So, with much hesitation, I am going to stop updating {un}Veiled Vows. This blog has seriously changed my life. I mean, really, it has. Half of my good friends in San Diego I have met because of this blog. I can't believe I have only known them for a little over a year! I found something that I truly love, something that I can say that I am good at, and hope will become something I can turn into my full-time career soon. I have been introduced to many creative people and creative ideas. It makes me so happy that a world of open-minded, unique, creative couples and vendors really does exist and that there is an open, intelligent conversation going on about marriage and what it means to get married. So it does make me sad to be leaving it but I really want to spend the last couple of weeks of my engagement focusing on my husband-to-be and working on our new life together instead of thinking of what aspect of the planning I should blog about or worrying about nasty commenters. I will still be talking about (other peoples') weddings over at Sweet Emilia Jane because I do really still love weddings. I might come back after July 3rd and tell ya how it all went down.

Thank you so much for sticking with me through this and for all your insight and advice. You guys rock. xoxo.