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A Traditional Wedding in Ann Arbor, MI

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Adrienne & Scott in Ann Arbor, MI
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Adrienne carried a white, cream, and orange bouquet of dahlias (they’re in-season during the fall) and roses packed tightly and wrapped with brown ribbon.
French’s Flowers & Gifts, Livonia
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Adrienne’s bridesmaids all wore tea-length chocolate-brown dresses from J. Crew in the style they liked best. They accessorized with necklaces from Adrienne and Scott -- each got a different one that matched her personality.
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An orange dahlia inspired Adrienne and Scott’s invitations and programs. The couple kept their design simple by using dahlias as the only visual element of the design.
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Adrienne and Scott were supposed to get married near a huge old tree in the center of the venue’s garden, but the weather ended up being too chilly for that. They married inside in front of an oak fireplace, instead. No one minded switching to the cozy space overlooking the bell tower.
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For the cocktail tables, Adrienne and Scott chose tiny centerpieces of red and orange roses, dahlias, and lilies in glass cubes for a simple but sweet, romantic look.
French’s Flowers & Gifts, Livonia
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Fresh flowers and curly willow decorated Adrienne and Scott’s square, buttercream wedding cake. The baker switched things up by offsetting the tiers for a more modern look.
Jefferson Market & Cakery, Ann Arbor

Adrienne & Scott in Ann Arbor, MI

When Scott showed up to an advertising awards ceremony wearing jeans and sunglasses on his head, Adrienne and her friends gossiped about his attire a little too loudly. Scott approached and confronted them about it. They ended up becoming friends and hung out casually for about six months before Scott asked Adrienne out on an official date. Two-and-a-half years after that first meeting, he and Adrienne were engaged. The Bride Adrienne Barclay, 27, an art director The Groom Scott Pickett, 34, a media buyer The Date October 10 Scott had a pretty creative idea for his proposal. Every morning, he and Adrienne would listen to the same radio station while they got ready for work. Every Wednesday, the radio host played a game where callers would ask the host a question; and if he didn’t know the answer, the caller would get a prize. One Wednesday, Adrienne heard Scott’s voice coming from the radio. He had pre-recorded a question: “Will my girlfriend, Adrienne Barclay, be my wife?”
- Jaimie Dalessio
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  • French’s Flowers & Gifts, Livonia
  • J. Crew
  • Jefferson Market & Cakery, Ann Arbor

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