Alec and Ryan’s wedding was something out of a dream. It was such a joy to plan all of the special details alongside these college sweethearts. We loved having the bride’s personal style shine through every detail, from the vintage lounge furniture to the bohemian beaded anklets she wore down the aisle.
Their neutral color palette with lush greenery, ivory roses, peonies, and hydrangeas mixed with natural wood elements to create an absolutely divine garden ceremony. We had so much fun designing their reception in Franciscan Gardens’ new indoor space! The brick walls and original hardwood floors made the vibrant green florals and white accents really pop.
These two wanted their wedding to be a party from start to finish. Cocktail hour was complete with Moscow Mules and a Cigar Lounge with a personalized cigar box for the bride and groom. After dinner, guests snacked on fresh gourmet donuts and sipped on coffee from a vintage coffee station.
There were so many amazing details, from their vintage chalkboard seating chart to the personalized cocktail napkins — but my favorite design element had to be their sweetheart table. Jenny B Floral Design created an absolutely stunning succulent wall as a backdrop for the bride and groom. Vintage lanterns and lush greenery finished off the romantic reception focal point. Keep reading for more wonderful wedding inspiration!
Venue —Franciscan Gardens | Contact: email@example.com
Caterer — 24 Carrots | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Florist — Jenny B. Floral Design | Contact: email@example.com
Photography — Meghan Weisman Photography | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hair — Jessie Boland
Makeup — Ashley Schaffer
DJ — Extreme DJ | Contact: email@example.com
Ceremony Musician — Joey Sykes
Bakery — Sweet & Saucy Shop | Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Videographer — Braven Carver Films | Contact: email@example.com
Bride’s Attire — Grace Loves Lace