The day that seemed like it would never arrive finally did and it couldn’t have been anymore perfect for Mr. and Mrs. Alex Harbaugh. Burritt on the Mountain, which sits atop Round Top Mountain in Huntsville, AL was the site for Melissa and Alex’s special day. The picturesque, 167 acre site which overlooks the city of Huntsville was home to Dr. William Henry Burritt who built this 1938 mansion that sits on the site. Just like this stately mansion that has stood the test of time, Melissa and Alex love for each other will stand the test of time because as stated in their vows, their goal is to put God above all and each other above themselves. With that at the forefront of their minds, their love for each other will only continue to grow. Congratulations Melissa and Alex! Your bride was breathtaking, Alex and your groom was oh-so-handsome, Melissa. Thank you both for trusting your special day to this flower lady. I could’t have been more honored!
Melissa’s bridal bouquet carried some special treasures. The buttons that were sewn into the stem wrap of her bouquet were buttons that belonged to her late Grandmother, Barbara Dvorak. And the lacey pinkish/burgundy Queen Anne’s Lace in Melissa’s bouquet was grown from seed by Melissa’s mom, Cheryl Grant. Such treasures!