At Blooming Arrows, our priority is to provide you a stress-free experience while we deliver you the wedding day of your dreams! From small, intimate ceremonies to festivity-like celebrations, our purpose is to collaborate with you and our amazing vendors to ensure that your day is everything you imagine. Your journey with us will begin with a consultation that will allow us to learn about who you and your partner are as a couple. Every couple has their own unique style, and we love getting to learn what your special day looks like to you! We are based out of Kings Mountain, North Carolina and serve areas such as Charlotte, Shelby and Hendersonville. We hope you choose to partner with us to plan the celebration of your love, call today for your wedding planning needs!
Blooming Arrows, in just two simple words, truly embodies our mission here and sets the foundation for why we do what we do.
I love when there is meaning in something, and our name and logo are no different. Our name comes from the notion of a relationship and love blooming. The arrow’s head is made of a sharp metal implies Proverbs 27:17, As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another. Your partner in marriage, makes you a better, stronger, accountable person. In a marriage, you follow, trust, and support each other in the journey of marriage. In Proverbs 4:11, God reassures us that he leads us on the right paths, in the way of His wisdom. Blooming Arrows was built on this foundation of trusting God’s love and plans He has for me.
The story of the logo is my favorite! The three arrows represent a marriage: the couple and Christ. They are in a never-ending circle just like your love is never ending. Each arrow has four circles for the fourth chapter of Proverbs and 11 feathers for the eleventh verse. Each arrowhead resembles one of my dad’s initials, who I lost when I was 17 years old, yet serves as a daily reminder that God Redeems Daily. On reflecting over this, it hit me why I love to watch a bride being walked down the aisle by her father. It was one my most treasured part of the ceremony.