Realistically, every wedding is a union of two families. But, in no situation is this merging of families clearer than when one - or both - halves of the couple have children. When we read how today's bride's daughter inspired blended family wedding day and then gazed at the pictures of Twilight Photo Video LLC validating every word - well, it was an honest "pass the tissues, please" moment. For a bride who admittedly says she has dreamed about her wedding ever since she was a little girl it just can't get any better than seeing how her fairytale unfolded. Elegance and sophistication were at the top of the list for planner Peggy Stein and Patrick Carey Events to achieve. But, more importantly, creating a memorable, breathtaking atmosphere that guests would talk about for weeks. Warning as this pretty little gallery is going to bring out all the feels filled with special moments as you will see frame after frame of how two little ones stole the show.

Bride's Daughter Inspired Her Blended Family Wedding

Over the years, we've see lots of lovely ways that couples have chosen to include children. As this bride's daughter inspired blended family wedding it is seemingly becoming more important to share the entire experience with them too. More than Samantha just feeling special herself, she wanted to ensure the little miracle in their lives felt just as extraordinary on this big day. Making her feel as amazing as Samantha and Nickolas see her every day. It was very important for her to have her daughter feeling like the princess that she is and understand how significant their union is to their small, but soon-to-grow family. Especially since the little cherub thought she was also getting married that day. From the getting ready moments wearing her mama's shoes and looking up at Samantha's stunning embellished gown from Ella Blu Bridal to every image of her twirling on the dance floor you can see she was just as much a part of the day as the bride. Our favorite? The little flower girl straightening the ring bearer's tie. After a traditional Catholic church ceremony, guests celebrated with the new family at Ardovino's Desert Crossing. Shades of blush, gray and ivory filled the room with drapery that made for a cozy elegant vibe. Even though Samantha is not a pink kind of gal - she loved how the neutral color palette came across chic and classy. Loads of roses, her favorite bloom, were the highlight with unique hanging installations for added appeal and design. If you are part of a union that brings together children into a new family, this bride's daughter inspired blended family wedding day is sure showcase pivotal ways to make it all the more special.

Photographer: Twilight Photo Video LLC Venue: Ardovino's Desert Crossing Lighting: El Paso's Finest DJ Cakes & Desserts: Las Torres Fine Patries Linens and Coverings: Decorations R Affordable Design, Decor and Floral: Patrick Carey Events Dress Store: Ella Blu Bridal