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At the Texas wedding I spied these elegant pairs of bespoke slippers and snoop that I am, I had to know their derivation. The narrative unfolded the tale of a Richmond bride who was married in her Grandmother's garden which possessed a famous old boxwood maze. For the uninitiated in boxwood freakdom, this subculture is eccentrically alive and well, especially in the South. Add ancient boxwood maze to the equation and you have a pavlovian cult. However, savvy children that we have today, sit down at their computers and create a design to represent a symbol of time and place that evokes a sense of continuity and timelessness--all the things of love and home that marriage means. I refuse to use the word logo because this is a symbol--two very different concepts.