What can I say about these two? These two are especially important to us because Ms. Heather popped into my shop one day and said she’d love to come work for us on the weekends!
Heather is an incredible teacher based in Boston and she also has quite the following on her Instagram @theprimaryparty dedicated to primary school teachers! Shout outs to all the teachers out there! I feel for you younger moms and the kiddos in “zoom school” too!
Heather has the most vivacious personality so when she popped in that day, I was like, “SURE! When can you start?” She instantly fell right in with her ‘can do’ attitiude and every weekend we’d look forward to having her. That summer she spent Saturdays with us setting up weddings and then back to Boston in the Fall.
The following year, Kevin popped the question and the wedding planning was ON! Heather had an arsenal of inspiration after working with us! It always starts out in one direction and sometimes it stays, and then other times it gravitates, so future brides don’t fret! We will get you there! Heather had tons of ideas and it eventually evolved into this beautiful wedding you see here.
I would say Heather and Kevin’s wedding was inspired by their love of all things near and dear to “home”. Heather grew up in the area and she and Kevin have been dating since forever, so much of their wedding was built upon memories of home, their love for the local area, amazing wine, food and of course, all the pretty flowers!
These two are not only adorable high school sweethearts, but best friends too. There is a friendship when you know your significant other for so long that you just can’t find in anyone else. It’s so evident in these two.
I don’t know what is going on with that cake from Zest, but I must know Heather! I had to post those pics because you two are hysterical and how did you butcher that cake?
I love it when one of the Hana girls gets married. It makes the wedding even more special for us to do. Heather’s wedding was no exception.
We miss you Heather! Come visit us when the dust settles please!