Amidst some good news the other week (thank you so much for your kind comments), we also got some bad news - the gazebo where we were going to get married collapsed due to the heavy snow and ice that had been perched atop it for months. Yes, panic struck in, even though our wedding is going to be very small, I was just about to press 'order' on our invitations. We were planning on getting married outside the city, where my fiancé is from and then having our wedding reception in Brooklyn. Sure we could move it inside somewhere, but the only thing that I always dreamed of for my wedding was to have it outside, in the spring, surrounded by blooming trees and fragrant flowers. We had to develop a plan B, but nothing like waiting until the last minute - our wedding is in mid-May. Even if we had another idea it would probably be booked, however, my genius man knows me better than anyone else and suggested the Brooklyn Botanical Garden, a favorite sanctuary of mine but the likelihood that they would have a slot open was pretty slim. Well, good news, our wedding date was the only Saturday they had left in the month! I am so happy that we will be marrying in the enchanting Rose Garden, a wonderful section of the gardens filled with such an abundance of flowers and a dreamy English gazebo, honestly I couldn't ask for more. One of the things that I love equally to flowers are manicured gardens. I am so excited and blessed that everything has worked out. In order to celebrate here are just a few of the beautiful gardens that I have on my Pinterest page that have me not only dreaming of spring but our wedding. Have a wonderful weekend everyone!