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Hello, July! The daylilies have arrived!

Daylily

Lilies and more lilies

Red flowers are such show-offs. “Look at me!”
I don’t mind obliging.

Guest Blogger? How about Guest Poet…

Shh.. I have a secret
That I just have to tell
I met a fairy godmother
Into the rabbit hole I fell.

Appalachian Mountains? Smokies? Blue Ridge?

The Smoky Mountains, Blue Ridge Mountains, and Appalachian Mountains all come together for you at Timberwolf Creek.

Quarterversary – the 3 Month Anniversary Gift List

I love my brides.  You all know that I do.  Grooms are pretty ok, too. And they’re always saying, once the wedding ceremony’s done and they’re heading back home, “We’re definitely coming back for our anniversary!”  I’ve taken to responding, “You don’t have to wait a year.  You can come back on your 3-month anniversary.” […]

The Engagement Ring – a note to my brides

The intention has now been realized, and the promise fulfilled.

Wedding Trend: the Sash Pin

Maybe you’ll use your great grandmother’s antique brooch. Or the pin your aunt wore when she eloped. Or a diaper pin your mother saved with your baby things. Your dad’s tie-tack. Or maybe you’ll choose something that matches your colors – a fabric flower pin, or a brooch of colored beads. Or a kilt pin. Or a cameo. Your Girl Scout pin. I Like Ike. Beam me up Scotty with a Star Trek pin.

Veteran’s Day 11/11/11

Marriage Ceremonies for our Vets

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, […]

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