You know what is one of the best feelings ever?
Getting completely ready for your wedding - we’re talking dress on, hair and makeup done, gold leaf crown perfectly placed (SWOON) - and seeing yourself in the mirror for the first time.
Excitement level: 11/10.
What a truly perfect moment.
Christine’s gorgeous gown, with beaded lines exploding into firework-like sparkles, was the perfect reflection of her contagious energy. It’s an energy that her fiance, Bob, shares and it resulted in guests who were having such a good time celebrating them that they were oblivious to the late-April-huge-bummer-snow covering everything outside the reception hall.
Jewel-toned bridesmaids dresses and varied tuxes for the groomsmen brightened up the dreary weather and vibrant florals beautifully complemented the bridal party’s warm vibe. The ceremony backdrop was *completely* transformed with gorgeous exploding arrangements and simple vases of delicate blooms and votives decorated the farmhouse tables.
The bride and groom’s infectious energy carried into the after-dinner dancing, as it seemed like their guests rarely left the dance floor. A simple dessert and easy late-night snack, and guests were back at it, determined to leave it all on the dance floor.
And man, did they ever.
Easily, Christine and Bob’s favorite. Party. Ever.
Month-of Coordination: White Dahlia Events
Photo: Maiko Media
Flowers: Sugar Field Florist
Venue: Journeyman Distillery