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  • Writer's pictureLeslie Goodmanson

Mr. and Mrs. Schleh

It was a wonderfully romantic day blooming full of love and flowers. Emily planted and cultivated most of the flowers for her wedding. She grew them from seeds in the community garden and harvested them the day before her wedding along with her trusted bridesmaids. This wedding was DIY to the most amazing degree. Emily wanted to showcase her love for Michael through the lovely organic vessel of Earth's beauty and filled their wedding day with romantic, heart warming moments.

Michael and Emily had their sweet first look at Island Park. The first thing out of Michael's mouth as he turned and saw his lovely bride was, "This is the most beautiful I have ever seen you." They shared their vow at Ann Arbor City Club complete with Emily's rose gold engagement and wedding band and Michael's Yellow gold band that was passed down from his grandfather.

Their sweetness resonated throughout the day with their glances and sweet smiles and gentle touches.

I hope as you view these images, you can see the fun and happiness that surrounds the new Mr. and Mrs. Schleh.

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Michael gifted Emily a tandum bike to ride together on future adventures

The couple gave away seeds to their guests; how precious is this!

A glorious night at The Ann Arbor City Club. One last spin to end the night.

Caterer/Venue: Ann Arbor City Club ; Greg Flemming (general manager) and McKenzie Gardulescu (catering manager)

Florist: Michael Rodriguez, Luella Acres

Dress(es)/Suit(s): Dress purchased from The Bride’s Project (non-profit whose funds serve cancer programs)

Suit purchased from Von Maur.

Ties purchased from Etsy

Makeup/Hair: Jamie Jean Beauty