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Tiffany & Mark: A Traditional Wedding in Findlay, OH

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The four-tiered square confection was covered in buttercream with very soft detailing around each tier. The crowd-pleaser was made of carrot cake, raspberry cake, and chocolate cake with hazelnut cream cheese filling.
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“Flowers were my biggest splurge and what I was most excited to see,” says Tiffany. Her bouquet was full of hydrangeas, gerbera daisies, lisianthus, green berries, and jade roses, all tightly wrapped with a sheer green ribbon. The bridesmaids carried smaller versions of the bridal bouquet.
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The pews were connected with fabric and each one decorated with green hydrangeas and a green and purple ribbon.
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Tiffany wore a strapless, bright white, A-line gown with a sheer organza overlay. She also tied a white sash in a bow around her waist and secured a broach on top of that for added glam.
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“We had a martini luge at the reception with frozen lemons and limes inside that was a lot of fun and something not very many people had seen before,” says Tiffany.
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Tiffany & Mark in Findlay, OH

Have you ever noticed that when the boss is happy, everyone is happy? Though Mark Calloway had never met Tiffany Williams, a handful of her friends (who happened to work for Mark) thought they’d make a great couple. The Bride Tiffany Williams, 25, retails manager The Groom Mark Calloway, 25, supervisor The Date June 10 When Mark finally decided to visit Tiffany at work and see what all the fuss was about he was instantly smitten -- even though she called him by the wrong name. “I turned to him and said, ‘You must be Brian,’” remembers Tiffany. “I about died -- I had completely forgotten his name!” Her gaffe broke the ice, though, and after a brief conversation Tiffany gave him her number. Much to her surprise, Mark called the very next day, and soon afterward they had their first date. “When he picked me up, he got out of the car and opened the door for me,” says Tiffany. “At that moment, I knew he was different from anyone else I had dated.” Nearly five years later, the two married at a historic church in Tiffany’s hometown.
- Susan Berryman
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