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A wedding is a big event, monumental even. Thinking about every detail that goes into the day can be overwhelming. Of course, it is crucial to think about the venue, the dress, the flowers, and the guests; the big stuff. But something equally as important to remember and to capture are those small details. 

The feel of your wedding dress to your lipstick’s creaminess to the reason you chose your wedding color palette. It all matters to you! When thinking back on my wedding, remembering every detail is nearly impossible. The day will feel like it has gone by in a flash and can feel like a blur to even the most attentive of brides. But it is sometimes the minor details that make your wedding spectacular, and the way they come together to make big details is almost magical, from how your jewelry comes together to your hair exaggerating the details of your wedding gown. To your invitation suite tying into your color palette: it all matters.

We encourage brides to schedule a bridal portrait session. This is the perfect time to start capturing some of those details. You most likely won’t have time to make sure this happens the day of the wedding. Here you can get as creative as you want. Having an artist join you and paint a watercolor portrait of you in your bridal gown is just one way to incorporate a special detail that you and your partner will enjoy forever.

It’s so important to capture the little details of the day. You may not remember everything that happens but seeing a photo of the champagne you drank while getting ready to the cloud-like ruffles of what is possibly the most special dress you will ever wear, and the exquisite details of your wedding venue will flood your mind with memories of your special day.

Design and Styling | Hilts Events

Floral Design | Vella Nest Floral Design

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“There are many ways to bring creativity into every aspect of your wedding day and the celebrations leading up to it,” says Wedding Planner Morgan Hilts. As someone who is personally inspired by art and fashion, Morgan incorporated both rich textures and soft colors to create a delicate balance of feminine and modern bridal details.
watercolor bridal portrait
“Though, brides should not just limit themselves to what might be considered “typical” details. By incorporating a watercolor portrait of our bride in her bridal gown, this tied together both fashion and art while also making for an extraordinary keepsake.” Morgan encourages brides to broaden their scope of creativity and intertwine things most dear and inspiring to them, even the smallest of details.

Design and Styling | Hilts Events

Floral Design | Vella Nest Floral Design


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