Guest tables were adorned with glass lanterns collected by the bride and groom during their trips to Germany.On Kim and David's wedding day, they were focused completely on the experience of being married in front of their close family and friends. Everything about it was deeply personal and filled with meaning.
The bride wanted bursts of color, and she achieved that look! Bridesmaids were lovely in rich shades of copper, navy, and teal. Bouquets and floral accents featured deep burgundy peonies, ranunculus, and pincushions. The groom (almost) stole the show: there's no more striking fashion statement than a man in dress blues! Their open-air ceremony was performed by a close friend, against a backdrop of a cloudy sky.
Place cards were thoughtfully displayed in miniature glass vases with delicate ferns. The groom hand-crafted the table numbers, guest favors, and the groomsmen's cuff links. Guest tables were adorned with glass lanterns collected by the bride and groom during their trips to Germany. After a dinner menu that featured locally sourced foods, the reception turned into a huge dance party with the help of a live R&B group! Every guest was on their feet, dancing. We've never seen anything like it!
Vendor Love! Re farm cafe, best event rental, avant garden floral, designers denn, jackie brown & the gill street band, more than words by michelle, and jana scott photography!