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Feb. 26, 2022 | Cold Springs Events | Cameron and Elizabeth Photography

Micah and Alexander met during her medical school orientation week in August 2019. Upperclassmen of the program put on a series of evening events, and the first night was at Fassler Hall in downtown Little Rock. While she waited for her friends at the end of the night, Alexander introduced himself and the two hit it off. That night, Micah saw a friend request notification from Alexander himself, and he asked her on a date to Cheer’s in The Heights. Ever since Alexander has been there for Micah through medical school, and is currently completing a four-year residency at the University of Arkansas Medical Sciences. Micah is currently applying for a residency in Anesthesiology and will find her match in March 2023. 

Alexander proposed in Washington D.C in May 2021. They were visiting her sister, who is notorious for making family trip itineraries for everyone going–and this weekend was no different. They were to visit the Lincoln Memorial and have high tea at the Hay Adams. While posing for a picture together at the Lincoln Memorial, Alex got down on one knee! “Afterwards, we looked out and saw our families and my best friend, Annalise, who had flown in just for the occasion,” Micah said. “We got to celebrate all day with the people dearest to us.”

While planning their wedding, it became very apparent to Micah and her mom that they would need some help. A florist they met with encouraged them to hire a wedding planner, and Micah found Brooke from White Sage Weddings & Events. Their florals were inspired by whimsical Pride & Prejudice meets elegant Audrey Hepburn. 

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Q & A

Q: Tell us about your floral inspiration!

We wanted to find a way to bring something fresh to the space, so we chose a pink-painted baby’s breath as our main floral, and scabiosa, garden roses, and anemone,” Micah said.

Q: What were your wedding colors inspired by?

“We found a quote, “I believe in kissing, kissing a lot,” and one portrait of Audrey with some bougainvillea in the background that sparked our interest in the pop of pink. We also chose black accents in the reception area and black bridesmaid dresses. We were focusing on timeless and elegant, romantic and ethereal.”

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Q: Did you hire a planner?

Brooke is truly so talented at her job,” Micah said. “Her creativity combined with her ability to organize and to lead made our planning process and the day of the wedding flow so seamlessly. I am convinced that she is one of the best in the field, and I am forever grateful that we had Brooke and her amazing team to bring our dream day to life.”

Q: Most worth-it wedding splurge?

“Our best wedding splurge was hiring wedding videographers,” Micah said. “This was a splurge for us because we were originally not planning on hiring wedding videographers to try to stay within our budget, but I am so glad that we did. We hired Wild Bloom Films, and they did an amazing job of capturing our day. I am so glad that I have the footage to go back and relive all the special moments from our day.”

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Q: How did you customize your wedding?

“We had a table in the entryway with a variety of different-sized photos from our parents’ and grandparents’ weddings,” Micah said. “It was so special to us to remind us of the marriages before us that we look up to and hope to model our marriage after. One of my favorites is a pose that we discovered we had in an engagement photo in downtown Little Rock that very nearly imitates a pose of my great-grandparents walking in New Orleans on their honeymoon in 1941, 81 years ago!”

Q: What wedding detail did guests rave about?

“The best compliment that we received about our wedding was that our day really felt like it was about our love for each other,” Micah said. “We wanted to make sure that our focus on the day was on each other and joining our lives together, and not on just the party of the day, all though it was a fun celebration. Our day felt intimate and genuine as our Officiant and Pastor, Tim Caldwell, pointed us to our source of love, Jesus Christ, and he also incorporated the people who have been a part of our lives in our wedding ceremony, tying in the story of who we are and where we have come from to where we are going together. I feel as though our friends and family were able to witness our story unfold and see us come together as one.”

Q: What was your favorite detail of the day?

We named our wedding cocktail “The Dani Mae” which is the name of our beloved charcoal lab,” Micah said. “She is so dear to us, so it was really special for us to get to incorporate her into our day. Alex’s mother created the recipe which included Tito’s, cranberry juice, and ginger ale, and was garnished with a thin slice of lime and mint.”

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Micah loves to see mix-and-match bridesmaid dresses! She thinks it adds a unique touch to the wedding day and allows each bridesmaid to choose a dress best suited for them. 

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Micah & Alexander asked their pastor to read the same passage of scripture that was read on her parents’ wedding day 33 years earlier.

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Wedding planner: White Sage Weddings & Events; Photography: Cameron and Elizabeth Photography; Wedding dress: Low’s Bridal; Florist and rentals: A Perfect Bloom Florist & Wedding Rental

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Venue and rentals: Cold Springs Events; Videography: Wild Bloom Films; Catering: Gina’s Catering; Cake: Mickey’s Cakes & Sweets; DJ: Briesen Rush with Crown Entertainment; Welcome sign rental: Eventology; Invitations: Minted; Makeup: Jessie Leland; Hair: Haley Tucker; Groom and groomsmen attire: The Black Tux

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