Transform an indoor venue that’s primarily wood to a beautiful indoor garden? Check.
Major props to the incredibly talented team of vendors that made with wedding freaking amazing. Seriously. We worked so hard to get every detail JUST right for this amazing couple and it was all worth it!
I had the pleasure of working with the Kizer’s for the daughter Cesca’s wedding a couple of years ago so when Mrs. Francesca reached out about Alden’s wedding, I JUMPED at the opportunity. Seriously, everyone in this family has a heart of gold and you’re a lucky person to call any one of them a friend.
When we started discussing the overall design for Alden’s wedding, we knew 2 things: we had to incorporate her love for hunting and not to skimp on the flowers or greenery. A quick look at the gallery below and I’d say, we more than accomplished that goal!
Alden’s reception was held at Warehouse 535 which is a beautiful, rustic venue that’s about 95% dark wood. We ended up wrapping (almost) everything in flowers and greenery, adding a TON of candles and incorporating subtle touches of antlers here and there to tie in her and Caleb’s love for hunting. This wedding was the PERFECT reflection of Alden and Caleb’s personalities and it was truly unique to them. Nothing was overlooked, every detail was well thought out and intentional.
Ceremony: Ascension Episcopal Church | Reception: Warehouse 535 | Photographer: Kim Boyd | Florist: Root Floral | Band: Three37t | Caterer: Stacey’s | Bride’s Cake: The Cake Room | Groom’s Cake: Fallon’s Cakes | Hair and Makeup: The Cut House | Rentals: Party Central Lafayette
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