After doing a walk thru, planning her layout, linens, and all the pretty little things, Kaitlyn & Frank ended up having to change venues. Though it was extra stress, they ended up in the perfect spot with a killer mountain backdrop for their now completely outdoor wedding and reception. I was so happy to have been involved in the design planning on this wedding as well and the fall vibes were just stunning! They made their hexagon arbor and their florist absolutely killed it with the floral design. Not to mention the incredible displays throughout the wedding. After these two were pronounced man & wife, they shared a 'covid safe elbow bump'...so creeky!! Of course, they couldn't resist a kiss in the end and most romantically, had the most meaningful first dance. Written by his grandfather for his grandmother, the newlywed couple first danced to this love song, and then the groom danced with his grandmother. I cried when I made the timeline and even more so on the day. They also cut their cake with a vintage knife that had been used by the family for multiple generations and couples! Not just sentimental, these two wanted an epic dance party so they had a live band that kept the party going all night long. The band did an incredible job and was also amazing to work with. This venue also ended up being so fun for me and my husband, who was my assistant for the weekend, as the owner was his college roommate. We had a great time walking down memory lane after the guests left and then ended the evening with a first for me, a tailgate party in the hotel parking lot with pizza and beer. This wedding was just the absolute best. Check it out!
Officiant| Lovingly Done
Rings|@rusticandmain, @kayjewelers, Desinger:Tolkowsky