A Micro Wedding at a Flower Farm

Beautifully intimate and colorful, this micro wedding at a flower farm had all the elements of a relaxed and fun wedding day. We love the tables, filled with effortless blooms and the fun and chic images showcasing this couple.

from the photographer: “Timeless, comfortable, and unhurried, Michelle & Stephen’s flower farm wedding was a beautiful and intimate celebration of their effortless love. Nestled within the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, their floral (and animal-filled!) backdrop showcased all the wonderful magic of the mountains in the springtime. I’m forever humbled to capture intimate moments in beautiful spaces and I cannot thank this couple enough for allowing me to share in their colorful celebration.” 

How did you two meet? What were your first impressions of one another?

We met at a hair salon in Asheville NC where we were both stylists. 🙂

Tell us a funny story relating to your wedding day or relationship!

The first words he said to me (yelled to me across the salon) were: “same mole!” – we have the same mole on our left arm.

Stephen’s grandpa gave him a beautiful watch which his grandpa wore the whole time Stephen was growing up. He was so proud to wear it on our wedding day. Hannah took an amazing photo of a close up of the watch with his hand in his pocket. The watch is dated the “4th” 
 we got married on the 5th.

On our wedding day my mom forgot to hand me my bouquet before walking down the isle. We didn’t notice until we were halfway through the ceremony, when she then handed it to me.

Describe a hurdle you had to overcome in your relationship or during your wedding planning.

There weren’t many hurdles..we kept it really small and intimate. Everyone we worked with was on top of their game and very helpful. Turns out wedding planning doesn’t have to be stressful. 😉

Any special ways you incorporated your family or family history into your wedding day?

As I said it was really small and intimate. We had only our immediate family and two grandparents there. So that in itself made it really special to the families. And we of course had our cutie niece and nephew be ring bearer and flower girl. We also had our brother in law marry us.

What part of your wedding day was/is most important to you?

The most important thing to us was to have it in Asheville, where we met, with a Mountain View in front of us while we got married. The never ending flower farm was the most beautiful perfect place for that.

What is the best thing you’ve learned from one another?

Stephen said : to believe in myself

Michelle : that you should do what you want to do and think is right for yourself despite what other people say

What is your favorite thing about each other?

Sense of humor for both of our answers ha

What was your favorite part about planning your wedding?

Buying my beautiful vintage wedding dress from my friends with my sister mom and step mom by my side

Stephen’s favorite part was not having to plan it lol

If you had one piece of advice for other couples, what would it be?

Keep it simple and true to who you are as a couple. It’s for you, not everyone else. And def take a honeymoon after (we didn’t), you’ll be exhausted after, even if it is small!

What is the most honest thing you can say about love?

Hills and valleys. There will always be ups and downs. And it’s constant change! Learn to grow and change together. Oh and laughing together is very, very important.

Stephen said : it’s all ya need

Photographer: KrĂłwka Photography
Venue: The Never Ending Flower Farm
Floral Designer: The Never Ending Flower Farm
Dress Boutique: Chelsea Girls Vintage at Buzzkill Studio
Cake Designer: Whole Foods
Mens Formalwear Jos A Bank
Accessories / Decor Picnic Pop-Up

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