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The Mount Wedding

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The Mount Wedding

Childhood friends of mine - Carly and Conner - tied the knot this past May, and we were so happy to have been a part of their big day!

From Sunday School and mission trips with Carly, to pool parties and Capture the Flag with Conner, Carly and Conner have been friends of mine since I moved to Carrollton in the fourth grade. I was lucky enough to see their relationship evolve through high school and college, and I'm so excited to see where life takes them next. 

When Mrs. Mount approached me about making the ties, I couldn't have been more excited to make something for such great friends. I was thrown a challenge, however, when Mrs. Mount asked if I could make Conner a regular tie instead of bow tie. Unfortunately, I do not know how to make regular ties (I'm in the process of learning though!) so we found an alternate solution. Conner's grandmother made his tie out of the same fabric I made the groomsmen ties from. It was such a special touch to the wedding, and I am so pleased with how they all looked together! 

Thank you to Carly and Conner for letting me a part of your day - both through making the ties and attending the wedding! I am so excited to see your relationship grow for years to come.

See some photos from the big day below, and be sure to check out more under the "Places" tab. Special thanks to A Thomas Photography for the photos.  

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The Mosgrove Wedding

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The Mosgrove Wedding

When sorority sister Amy came to us with a special request for her wedding, we couldn't say no! Amy and Matt dated throughout college at Georgia Tech, and Matt has recently moved on to Emory for Medical School and Amy has begun working at Chick-fil-a corporate for her "big girl" job. 

Amy and Matt got married a few days before Christmas, and their ceremony and reception were at Foxhall, just west of Atlanta. Amy's bridesmaids wore deep red gowns, which were such a great fit for the holiday season. The bow ties matched the dresses perfectly and were a wonderful addition to the overall feel of the wedding.

Browse photos from the big day below and under the "Places" tab. Special thanks to Vic Bonvincini Photography for the stunning images! 

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The Espy Wedding

Another wedding is in the books, and it was our first summer 2016 wedding. Not only was it special because Ties by Lucy produced the groomsmen's ties, but also it was great because our owner and crafter was a bridesmaid in the wedding! 

The original fabric Lucy purchased was from a local fabric store in Atlanta. The store, Gail K Fabrics, provides large quantities of many many different types of fabric. Lucy took the time to match fabric and show options to Annalise and Caleb before making a final decision. She purchased the fabric and began working but soon realized the material was too stretchy and just wouldn't work for the ties. Luckily, there was time to get more fabric in the right material. The new fabric also matched perfectly, and the ties turned out perfectly. The groomsmen along with the ushers and ring bearers sported beautiful baby pink bow ties that matched the bridesmaids' dresses perfectly. 

If you are interested in custom, handmade bow ties for your wedding, please get in touch by emailing info@tiesbylucy.com. We'd love to help you find the perfect bow ties for the big day! 

 

Abney - Espy Wedding // photos curtsey of Christina Pugh (www.christinapugh.com)

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