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Real Wedding: Courtney and Ben's Disco Dream



There could not have been a more beautiful autumn day for Courtney and Ben to tie the knot at Section House in Sawyer, Michigan. Their wedding was one of the first to be held at the new intimate, industrial venue.



Guests sat at long wooden farm tables draped with a cheesecloth runner and decorated with delicate bud vases, amber votives, black-frame lanterns and mini pumpkins. Black plating was accentuated with bronze flatware, ivory cheesecloth napkins, crystal water goblets and custom place card menus.



The sweetheart table was nothing short of a masterpiece. Leah at LB Floristry created a stunning hanging fixture with terra-cotta, sand and ivory roses and chutes of pampas grass. She carried the aesthetic down with a small table arrangement and matching floor piece. An assortment of disco balls were the finishing touches along with the same lanterns and votives used on the guest tables.



The disco balls made their way around the venue, wrapped up and around beams and accented with more roses and pampas grass. Can you tell the disco balls were our absolute favorite?!



Who wouldn't want to order a drink from this bar?!? The framed and acrylic menus gave guests plenty of options to stay hydrated throughout the night, with drink options for every taste. The signature cocktails also incorporated Courtney and Ben's pups Saguin and Kane.



Their memory and guestbook tables were sweet remembrances of family and friends who had passed away. Guests signed a vinyl that was part of Courtney's brother's music collection, creating a beautiful and unique keepsake.



The bridal party carried the design into their wardrobe, with the girls all wearing shades of the roses in their bouquets and the men sporting matching boutonnieres. Have you ever seen a more lovely group?!




Saguin and Kane even made an appearance for their paw-rents big day!



The ceremony was held outside behind the venue. Mums and pumpkins decorated the aisle that lead to a copper arch adorned with roses and pampas grass. Courtney and Ben had their friend officiate the ceremony, giving it a more personal touch.



Introducing the new Mr. and Mrs.!



Back inside, guests were greeted with a non-traditional wedding meal: tacos! Everyone created their own tacos down a buffet line with the help of Haunt of Hounds restaurant group staff.



Dessert did not disappoint! A variety of sweets from Amanda Maries were nestled onto shelves inviting guest to treat themselves!



But nothing could have been sweeter than Ben and Courtney's sunset photos! Photographer Michael Koch captured these stunning images right outside of Section House.



With 27 Entertainment DJing, the dance floor was packed all night long!

 

Vendors:

Dress: Spring Sweet @springsweetbride

Jewelry: Anthropologie @anthropologie

Bridesmaid Dresses: Anthropologie

Tux for groom and groomsmen: The Black Tux @theblacktux

Hair and Makeup: Girl on the Glow @girlontheglowllc

Photography: Michael Koch @michaelkochphoto

Florals: LB Floristry @lbfloristry

Venue: Section House @section_house

Bar: Beverage Specialist @beveragespecialists

DJ: 27 Entertainment @27entertainment

Caterer: Haunt of Hounds @hauntofhounds

Desserts: Amanda Marie Bake Shop

Planning/Coordination: White Dahlia Events @whitedahliaevents

Full Design/Rentals: White Dahlia Rentals @whitedahliarentals

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