Whitney + David – Wedding Day

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We are so grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of such a special day for Whitney + David.

Their wedding embodied everything they loved – amazing friends + family, a jaw dropping backdrop, yummy cupcakes, delicious food, beautiful vintage pieces, the most adorable first look, and so much more. But, of course the night wasn’t complete without a huge tropical storm dancing through. Don’t worry – that didn’t stop the party. Everyone danced, laughed, and smiled through the rain!

This day couldn’t have been possible without an amazing team of vendors. We are so happy to share the beautiful photos with you and our recent feature on Southern Weddings. If you want to learn more about Whitney + David, their love story, vision behind the day, + more – be sure to click here!

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Photographer: Sara Logan Photography | Videographer: Carly Rae Film | Day-Of Coordinator: Orangerie Events | Venue: Leslie Alford Mims House | Florist: Serendipity Designs | Wedding Cake: Sugar Euphoria | Caterer: Belle’s Catering | Rentals: Greenhouse Picker Sisters | Paper Products: Wedding Paper Divas | Bride’s Gown: BHLDN | Bride’s Veil: BHLDN | Bride and Bridesmaids’ Jewelry: Kendra Scott | Hair and Makeup: LULA Hair + Makeup  | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: BHLDN and David’s Bridal | Menswear: Men’s Wearhouse  | Vows Print: Lauren Heim Studio

xoxo, Priscilla
Winnie + Patrick – Wedding Day

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We are throwing it back today and we are still crying (happy tears) over how beautiful Winnie + Patrick’s wedding day was. Words cannot express how much we enjoyed getting to work with this sweet couple. From the sweetest letters to an amazing first dance to surprising everyone with beautiful songs we cannot say enough about how amazing this day was.

Winnie + Patricks love was fully on display for all to witness. They are such fun spirits to be around and there was not a dry eye during the ceremony. These two have so much fun together, which made our time with them even sweeter. They enjoyed a night full of laughs, dancing and so much love with all of their friends and family.

Reminiscing on this fantastic day has been so much fun while looking through all the photos. So, needless to say we are overjoyed to share with you today the beautiful gallery of photos taken by the amazing Anderson Shore Photography. 

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Floral: Meristem Floral || Catering: Belles Catering || Coordination: Orangerie Events || Photographer: Anderson Shore Photography f

xoxo, Priscilla
Phillip + Lauren – The Sweetest Day

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What a treat it was to be a part Phillip + Lauren’s day. We absolutely love re-living wedding days through the photographs. It is such a sweet treat during the busy week.

It was absolutely perfect and beautiful in every single way. From the design, to the dress, to the sweet couple – this wedding was everything the bride + groom could have dreamed up and more!

The cascading foraged greens and drapery created a beautiful backdrop for their ceremony, soft pastel colors throughout complimented the beautiful architecture from our sweet house, and we can’t forget to mention the most elegant bride you have ever seen + two of the sweetest corgis there ever were.

Are you planning a wedding or event?! If you said yes, then head on over to our contact page to reach out to us and get the conversation started in designing your beautiful day! We hope to hear from you soon.

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Venue: Leslie – Alford Mims House  | Photography: Forage and Film | Florals: Specialties Events | Catering: Belle’s Catering | Coordination: Orangerie Events

 

xoxo, Priscilla
Elizabeth + Chad – Leslie-Alford-Mims House Mad Dash Wedding

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We have to say, the sweetest walk is down the aisle towards your groom! Friends, you are so close to Fri-YAY. Who doesn’t love a gorgeous wedding day blog to help them beat those Thursday blues?! We just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of the amazing vendors who help make all of your wedding day dreams come true. We are so thankful to work with such creative and amazing people.

Now on to this beautiful bride and her groom. What an absolutely perfect day it was. The weather was beautiful, Elizabeth and Chad were gorgeous and we had so much fun styling this day. We hope you enjoy this little sneak peak in to their day through these photographs by Live View Studios.

We couldn’t be happier or more grateful to have been featured on Budget Savvy Bride’s for this beautiful wedding day at the Leslie – Alford Mims House. To check out the feature and for more information on Elizabeth + Chad’s big day click HERE We promise you will be so happy you did.

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Photography:  Live View Studios | Ceremony Venue: Leslie-Alford Mims House | Reception Venue: Leslie-Alford Mims House | Flowers: Brides and Bouquets | Wedding Planner: Mad Dash Weddings | Day-of Coordinator: Orangerie Events | Event Design + Styling: Mad Dash Weddings | Stationery: One + Only Paper | FavorsDIY | Catering: Belle’s Catering | Bakery: Sugar Euphoria and Duck Donuts | Rentals: Homemade Bride | Linens: CE Rental Raleigh | DJ: DJ Rang | Ceremony Musicians: DJ Rang | Hair Stylist: Parlor Blow Dry Bar Cary | Makeup Artist: Parlor Blow Dry Bar Cary | Wedding Cake Topper: TrueLoveAffair on Etsy  | Wedding Gown Designer: Watters Bridal | Bridal Shop: Bella Bridesmaids in Richmond, VA | Jewelry: Family Pieces | Veil: MissJoansBridal on Etsy | Shoes: Louise Et Cie | Groom’s Suit/Tux: Peter Millar | Tie: Macys | Men’s Shoes: Cole Haan

xoxo, Priscilla
Lori + Tim – Leslie-Alford-Mims House Raleigh Wedding

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Oh how sweet it is to witness a love like theirs. From a beautiful ceremony to a wonderful reception, the day was full of love, laughter, happy tears, and family + friends.

Lori + Tim’s day was nothing short of perfect. It may have rained the morning of their big day, but by the time we made it to the ceremony the sun was shining! We cannot thank this sweet couple enough for allowing us to be a part of their day.

We hope you enjoy seeing a little sneak peak into this sweet couple’s day! If you are interested in Orangerie Events for your wedding day or any event you may have up your sleeve, be sure to head over to our contact page to connect with us. Also, be comment down below to let us know what your favorite wedding day tradition is. We love hearing from you!

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xoxo, Priscilla
Cierra + Sean – Leslie-Alford-Mims House Raleigh Wedding

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Happy Fr-YAY friends. Man oh man, do we have the sweetest treat for you. We loved these intimate moments between Cierra + Sean on their wedding day and are so happy we are able to share some of them with all of you.

The day was full of blue skies, laughter, love, mouth watering food, and lots of dancing! We are still crying (happy tears) over how jaw-droppingly beautiful Cierra’s wedding dress was and how amazingly handsome her Groom looked in his tux. This day was certainly one for the books.There aren’t enough words to express how much we enjoyed the opportunity to work with and style this sweet couple’s wedding day.

As we jump back in to blogging, we hope to spark some inspiration for your big day, whether you are planning a wedding, baby shower, engagement party, or any other event you may have up your sleeve.

Also, if you are a past, present, or future bride of Orangerie leave a comment below letting us know what your favorite detail of this day was!

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Venue: Leslie-Alford Mims House | Wedding Coordinator:  Orangerie Events | Photographer: Annie Watts Photographer | Assistant Photographer: Colleen Mathias Photography | Photo Booth: Lil Photo Bus | Florist: Teacup Floral | Caterer: Belle’s Catering | Cake: Sugar Euphoria | DJ: Live Action Events | Hair Stylist: Caroline Cartier | MUA: Jaylen Turner of Rated Pretty Girl Makeup Artistry | Wedding Dress: Hayley Paige from Blush Bridal | Bridesmaids Dresses: Sorella Vita and Hayley Paige from Blush Bridal | Tuxedos: The Black Tux | Rentals: Hobnob Occasions | Linens: CE Rental

xoxo, Priscilla
Baby Must-Haves: Part 2

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Is everyone hungover on love today? I hope your Valentine’s Day was filled with hugs, kisses, flowers, chocolates and everything else lovey dovey you could possibly pack into one day. Coven and I had a successful first V-Day. We went to music class, delivered Duck donuts to Daddy at work and had lunch, took a two hour nap snuggled together, played with a Valentine’s balloon, watched plenty of Mickey and enjoyed bath time. We’ve been working on transitioning from the infant tub to the big boy tub and Coven finally had a splish splash time instead of sitting stone-cold frozen with a terrified facial expression. Today and every day, he’s my favorite funny Valentine.

I promised Part 2 of my baby must-haves and folks, I’m here to deliver. If you missed Part 1, click here and spend a few minutes reading about the Honorable Mentions. If you’re following along like a good boy or girl, then you’ve come to the right place to find out what I insist you invest in when tending to the wee little one.

The five following products are staples for baby care. We use them virtually daily and they have proven to be effective in multiple scenarios. Let’s rock and roll!

1. Baby Brezza Formula Pro
I’m not ashamed to admit I knew while I was pregnant that breast feeding wasn’t going to work for me. It was a personal preference and after researching, I felt completely comfortable with bottle feeding from the start. Some vendor friends recommended investing in the Baby Brezza and boy oh boy am I glad they did. We were fortunate that another close vendor friend purchased it for us off of our registry. The machine heats the water to the perfect temperature and then intends to mix the correct amount of formula for a ready-to-serve bottle. Full disclosure though because you deserve to hear the good and the bad. We had issues with the machine not dispensing the correct amount of formula powder, thus making the bottle to thick or too thin and upsetting Coven’s stomach. We exchanged the machine and still had the same issue. We eventually stopped using the powder dispenser altogether and we now use the machine solely for the perfectly tempered water. Even when using the Baby Brezza at 50% of its ability, it’s been a lifesaver. Especially for middle of the night feedings, which Lord knows Coven adores, because the bottle is ready to go in under a minute. Time is precious at 12am, 2am and 4am so don’t waste it trying to use a bottle warmer.

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2. Nosefrida Fridababy Windi Gas & Colic Relief
I knew the cry. And I knew the only way to provide Coven relief was by using a Windi. His stomach was tight as a clam and he was crying from the uncomfortable gas pains. I reached for the box and to my horror, discovered it was empty. In desperation, I went through Coven’s diaper trash, found a used Windi, cleaned and sanitized it so I could provide relief as quickly as possible. The Windi is a hollow tube that’s inserted into the baby’s bottom to instantly release gas. It often results in a bowel movement. Coven is chronically constipated. We rarely have to change a dirty diaper but rather find ourselves initiating one with a Windi. Even if your baby doesn’t have poopy problems like Coven, the Windi is perfect for relief of occasion gas. Here’s the key piece of information, you can’t easily find them in stores. Target doesn’t carry them. You can find them at Toys-R-Us but they are usually out of stock. You can sometimes buy them at CVS but you’ll pay significantly more. I recommend keeping them in your Amazon cart and stock up by buying multiple boxes at once. After rummaging through the incredibly smelly diaper trash, I can assure you we always have a full supply in-house.

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3. NoseFrida the SnotSucker
Another top notch NoseFrida product is the SnotSucker. Forget those old, out-dated snot bulbs. The SnotSucker is the only nasal aspirator you need. It’s a simple tube that you place against the baby’s nostril. You then use your own sucking power to draw the mucus out of the nose. Before you think I’m revoltingly disgusting, you don’t digest any of the snot. For starters, there’s no way the snot would be able to travel the distance of the tube. But most importantly, there’s a filter in place to prevent it from happening. When Coven was a month old, he caught a cold which caused an incredibly stuffy nose. Multiple times a day we would use the SnotSucker to clear his nasal passages and the results were remarkable. At the onset of any sort of congestion, we immediately break out the SnotSucker and get to work.

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4. Baltic Amber Teething Necklace
I had my doubts about the amber teething necklace despite being told by multiple new moms just how essential it was. As soon as Coven started showing signs of teething, I ordered a baltic amber teething necklace and anklet, even if it was a holistic approach that made me seem like a total hippie. I swear, the thing has magical teething powers. The succinc acid contained naturally on the amber helps to boost the immune-system, reduce drooling and inflammation and provides noticeable soothing and calming effects. I don’t have scientific proof but I can tell you I’m able to distinguish a difference in the level of Coven’s fussiness when he’s wearing it versus when he’s not. I also collect far less drool when he’s wearing his beads. One of the first things we do in the morning is put on his necklace and before bed, we put on his anklet and cover it with a sock to make sure it stays put. (Note: You don’t want to leave the necklace on when baby is sleeping due to the risk of choking.) Since Orajel and teething tablets are no longer deemed safe by pediatricians, the all-natural amber teething necklace is the perfect alternative.

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5. Baby Bum Brush Diaper Ointment Applicator
This was one of those purchases I was certain would be an impulse buy and a waste of money. I was wrong. We use this applicator for every single diaper change. The concept is so simple. Put the ointment on the rubber applicator and use the applicator to put the ointment on the bottom. Your hands stay ointment-free, you can easily wipe clean the applicator and the bottom suctions to a base. This is one of those products you never knew you needed until you did.

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There are definitely a few other products we use on a daily basis (Baby Brezza Bottle Sterilizer, Fisher Price Kick & Play Piano Gym and the Merlin’s Magic Sleep Suit to name a few) but hopefully this overview will assist as you decide what to add to your registry or purchase for your little one. I’m always looking for suggestions from fellow moms so if you have products you think I need to add to our repertoire, please pass them along. Especially for the 6-12 month range.

Even if you don’t invest in a single thing I’ve suggested, the most important thing to have readily available is love. Unconditional, immeasurable and earth shattering love. That’s really the only thing your baby needs from the moment you scoop him from the crib until you kiss his forehead goodnight. Shower that precious babe with all the love you can possibly give, even when he’s pinching your arm and almost drawing blood during a diaper change, taking his shoe off for the 17th time, sneezing carrot baby food all over your white shirt or throwing a tantrum fit for a toddler. Love.

xoxo, Priscilla
Baby Must-Haves: Part 1

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I was there, too. Resembling a zombie and aimlessly wandering the baby section at Target. The ice in my Starbucks drink had melted and I was pushing around an empty cart and had been for two hours. I had no clue what I was looking for or what I was looking at. Bottles. Bibs. Diapers. Wipes. Formula with non-GMO. Formula with Soy. Formula for sensitivities. A cream for this. A cream for that. A cream to put on top of your cream. With each item I picked up, I felt like I was on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” and was using one of my lifelines. Should I “Ask the Audience” by googling the product to find the meaning, rating and purpose? Should I “50:50” it and just eliminate the ones in a certain color or price point? Or maybe I should just pull the old trusty “Phone-a-Friend” and bug one of my girlfriends with another I’m-clueless-about-being-a-mom question.

I scoured every mom blog, Pinterest post and forum I could find to try and figure out exactly what I needed before Coven’s arrival. What were the things that would significantly make a difference to the daily routine? What were the products I would have stored in my Amazon cart at all times for instant delivery? What was something that would actually help to soothe or ease Coven when he was in discomfort?

Maybe you feel the same way or perhaps you have a friend on the verge of motherhood. I’m certainly not an expert but I thought it might be helpful if I shared some items that are staples in the Erwin household when it comes to Coven’s care. These are tried and true and have at times been lifesavers.

For Part 1, let’s address and acknowledge the Honorable Mentions. While these aren’t products you can technically purchase, they may be more valuable than anything found on the shelves.

1. Prayers
Out of everything you think you need to prepare for a baby, nothing is more important than prayers. Not just the goodnight, sleep tight prayers. Constant ones. Ones of gratitude. Ones of guidance. Ones of comfort. Sometimes you may be praying over a sleeping baby and sometimes you’ll be praying for a sleeping baby. You’ll pray to get through another day and you’ll pray for another day. I find myself praying unlike I ever did before. Praying for wisdom and strength to be a gentle and compassionate mother. Praying for his family unit and the childhood I feel he deserves. Praying for his safety. Praying for his health. Praying for his future spouse. I pray he’ll be a sweet and kind boy who grows into an honest and forgiving man. Day in and day out, I survive by the prayers I give.

2. Sleep
You’ll find yourself mourning the loss of sleep. It will become a loving memory. And as the days and nights begin to run together, you’ll become crazier and crankier. I’ll be honest, sleep comes at a price. About $25 – $30 an hour. But I promise, you’ll never regret paying the amount of a monthly mortgage for something free you once took for granted. A few weeks after Coven was born, I knew I wasn’t going to be my best self if I didn’t get one night of uninterrupted sleep. I decided it was time to hire a night doula and it was quite frankly one of the best decisions I made for both Coven and myself. She would come just once or twice a week at 10pm. As soon as she arrived, she headed to the nursery to be with Coven and my job was to turn off the baby monitor and peacefully sleep until 6am the following morning. I would always wake up feeling refreshed and looked forward to Tuesday and Thursday each week because I knew I would be able to sleep without trying to shush, bounce or Jedi mind trick a baby to do the same. The night doula we hired was a recommendation from a friend and was the sweetest, most loving woman. If you’re interested, let me know and I’ll gladly pass along her information.

3. Mark Chestnutt
This one certainly won’t work for everyone and honestly probably won’t work for another single person but there is an underlying point. When Coven was about two months old, he became fussy with my dad while I was running an errand. Having raised me under the influence of country music, my dad decided to play some Mark Chestnutt to try and soothe Coven. To his surprise, it worked and Coven instantly stopped crying. When dad told me the story, I was a skeptic. A hardcore one. Until it worked again. And then again. And then became my go-to baby pacifier. I now know every word of every song on the “Tradition Lives” album by Mark Chestnutt. We’ve tried other artists and other genres and nothing stops Coven in his tracks or tears like “Oughta Miss Me By Now” or “I’ll Think of Something.” I highly doubt Mark Chestnutt will work for your baby, but if you do find something that comforts them, no matter how crazy or country, use it.

I assure you Part 2 of this blog will feature legitimate products that can actually be purchased. I’ll leave you with the best advice I’ve received and could possibly give. Every good mom thinks she’s screwing it up. I’m reminding myself of that very thing as we embrace Round 2 of sleep training and I have to listen to thirty minutes of bloodcurdling screams coming from a perfectly healthy baby who thinks he has to have a bottle every three hours at night. Hang in there, mama. You’re not alone.

xoxo, Priscilla
The Blog is Back

Hear ye, hear ye! My stagnant and stale blog has been resurrected. It’s alive again, folks. Thank goodness for autosave and bookmark bars because otherwise I don’t think I would have remembered how to even access the backend of my blog. I think it’s appropriate I only documented one thing from 2016 because 2016 was a big pile of poop. Like a huge, heaping pile that kept accumulating as the months went by. I spent the first half of the year too sick to blog and the second half too hurt. I lived through the expression, “Life can turn on a dime.” It was not my finest year.

I’ve had people send Facebook messages and make comments online asking about how we’re enjoying the home we were building in Wendell.  The answer is we’re not because we’re not living there. In July, we decided not to move forward with the construction and we pressed the pause button on our life. We became that blinking cursor on the screen. It was either hit the delete button and erase everything that had come before or hit the return key and start writing something new. I can tell you with complete certainty that there’s only one reason Chapter 8 of our lives didn’t come to an abrupt “The End” mid-story. Coven.

If I had to relive one day from 2016, I would choose August 1, 2016. I would happily puke, lay in the hospital floor in the fetal position, clinch through painful contractions and push a human being out of my hoo-ha because that entire experience was not only the bright spot from 2016 but was the best day of my life. Oh Coven, you have no idea the depths of my love for you.

So where are we now? We’re in the re-building phase in every sense of the word. We’re re-building our life and adjusting to the addition of the cutest baby boy I’ve ever seen and coping with the subtraction of our favorite furry friend, Scottie. And then we’re literally re-building a 1971 ranch home in Raleigh. We’re currently under contract with an anticipated closing date the beginning of March. I’ve been blowing up my Pinterest boards with renovation ideas and channeling my inner Joanna Gaines.

I am excited to share the renovation journey and document the progress. You can follow along on my personal Instagram page or the hashtag dearjohnsdale. I have accepted that I can’t make and keep many promises anymore because a little chunker demands my undivided time and attention, but I can guarantee I’ll blog more this year than I did last year. There’s no doubt, motherhood has given me material to blog about and has changed absolutely every aspect of my life. I can’t wait to tell you all about it. For right now, we’re going to do some “Jolly Jumper” exercise before the nightly routine kicks in. Talk to you soon, friends.

xoxo, Priscilla
North Carolina Wedding Planner Branding Video

I knew it was time for a new branding video. My life has changed significantly since the last one was filmed. And as with life, it is ever-changing. However, I no longer work out of the office in Wake Forest which means I don’t ride my bike down the middle of Main Street (not that I really did any other time than the day of that shoot), the style of weddings I plan has evolved and I no longer live in the house featured in my last film. I do still wear a fedora, shop at Forever 21 and I still ask Scottie to do spins for treats.

When I started thinking about the meaning I wanted the new branding video to portray, I kept coming back to the fact that I’ve really always known this is what I wanted to do. I really didn’t need to look further than my own memories.

As soon as the idea was conceptualized, everything else came naturally. I sat down to write the script and the words poured out of me because I was speaking from experience.  As a little girl, I would frequently look through my parent’s wedding album and dream about my own wedding. I would dress up my stuffed animals and orchestrate an entire wedding day for them and their fluffy friends. I embarrassingly but specifically remember a night in college acting out a mock wedding with some friends. And no, alcohol wasn’t involved. I just really liked weddings.

And now it’s my every day. I eat, sleep and breathe weddings. I get to work with awesome couples and plan one of the most meaningful days of their lives. I’m a front row spectator to their First Look and the last one to tell them goodnight. I’m able to utilize the detail-oriented side of my brain to make sure the place cards are straight and the favors are all facing the same direction and yet I get to use the creative side of my brain to do something unexpected like suspend a three-tier wedding cake.

When I say I was born to do this job, I mean it. I wouldn’t do it day in and day out if I didn’t love it and if it didn’t evoke an immense amount of joy and satisfaction with each conclusion of another wedding. And while I was in my twenties when I ultimately decided what was my life’s purpose and how to fulfill it, if I look back on my life, the clues were always there and I was destined to be on the path I am on today.

A huge thank you to everyone who helped to pull off this video shoot. I couldn’t have done it without their support. And that little 8-year-old star you see pretending to be me as a child is none other than my cousin’s darling little girl Madi. She did such an amazing job and was the most perfect little actress. If you know her and see her after watching this, please be sure to tell her what a movie star she was in this video. (Cute side note: She texted me on Friday and asked “When will my movie be available for the world to see?”)

I hope as you watch this video created by the masterminds at Heart Stone Films, it stirs a fire in you to go out and do what you love. Don’t chase money. Don’t chase recognition. Don’t chase conformity or complacency. Chase your dreams. Life is too short to not do what you know in your heart you should be doing. So turn up your volume and enjoy a snippet of why I do what I do. I hope you fall in love with this little slice of perfection titled “Wide Eyed Little Girl” as much as I have.

 

Orangerie Events from Heart Stone Films on Vimeo.

Videographer: Heart Stone Films

Venue: The Mims House

Hair: Joanne Maye + Blown Away Raleigh

Make Up: Perfection by Patricia

Cake: Ashley Cakes

Linen: CE Rental

 

xoxo, Priscilla