Mallory captivated my heart in our first moments together as we met for coffee. It was the joyful look of  inspiration as she started dreaming of her winter wonderland wedding with me, her mother, and a mocha. Flint Hill, 170-year-old home on the National Historic Register, was the chosen backdrop to this romantic setting. The wedding day was cold, but their hearts were warm. Here are some heartwarming moments that became a reality after dreaming together over a cup of joe.

I absolutely love sentimental things and weddings, and love it when they collide. Mallory's grandmother made her a little blue pillow that was beaded with a rose to include on her bouquet.

This jeweled comb was amazing, and so much fun to include in her arrangements. I couldn't help but smile when Mallory saw her Juliette and Pink O'Hara garden roses with tiny Jana roses -- she was beaming. Then, there is the way she looks at James.

The first few moments when a couple is together after the "I do's" create some of the best pictures and are some of the sweetest moments. The sparkle of the lights doesn't compare to the sparkle in her eyes. This look says, "I'll follow you anywhere." The amazing Hannah Woodward Photography captured it so well. She is the photographer for free spirits, old souls, and simply stunning brides.

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These two enjoyed every minute of the grand celebration. They charmed their guests on the dance floor. And when they departed, it was like stepping back in time. Is that not gorgeous!!? Swoon. Happy ever after, you two. Thanks for including our blooms. May your love bloom always.