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Bridesmaid goes to Prom

It’s a pretty special day for this wedding fairygodmother.  Four years ago, we married a charming couple.  The bride was attended by her young teenaged daughter, who was behaving like a young teenaged daughter.  As a distraction, we offered to do a photo shoot of her alone.  Turned out that we all had a lot […]

The Spanish Fairy Godmother!

I just received a text message from a lady I’ve been conversing with in Spanish. (Thank heaven for Google Translations!) There was a phrase that concerned me, because I didn’t recognize it, so off I went to translate ‘hada madrina’. You can imagine how delighted I was to find out it means fairy godmother! Oh, […]

Wildflower Bouquet

The bride said, “I want my wedding bouquet to be filled with light, airy flowers… like you just walked out into a field and picked it.”  Ah, romance.  She loved it!

Purple Bride’s Bouquet

The bride asked for a purple bouquet.  How pretty is that!?  I love it.

The Maggie Valley Weddings Website

I’m having fun, updating the anniversary picture on the Maggie Valley Weddings website every day.  Nostalgic for me!  Every wedding couple is unique, so every wedding has its own flavor, its own memories.  I have the best job in the world.  Oh yes, I do!!

Biker Weddings R Us

Every so often you do something, just for the fun of it. Today was definitely one of those days! The rain stopped just in time for a bright sunny wedding, bride and groom arrived on their Harley, it was a lovely ceremony, with lots of smiles all around. And my favorite part, here’s the wedding […]

Royal Wedding vs Timberwolf Creek ;)

You’ll never have to wonder about why I love my brides… It’s a facebook love-fest! And yes, these are my brides. And yes, the “Like” is yet another bride. And if I wait a day or two, there will likely be more, but I am just so pleased. My brides are The Best. ~ Oops! […]

And the bride’s bouquet was yellow

Bridal bouquet, in yellow

A Day in the Life of The Wedding Fairygodmother

Gorgeous berries so sweet they didn’t even need the candy, I dipped them in Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate (heaven help us) and topped each with a white chocolate ‘button’. Then dusted my grandmother’s pink crystal footed cake plate with powdered sugar, arranged the strawberries and ringed it all with baby’s breath.

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