This wedding was jam-packed full of wonderfully sweet details. Kinzie and Scott chose to do a first look, which was a perfect idea for their busy, but happy day. It gave them a chance to be together just the two of them before the hustle and bustle began. Plus, the light was a dream for their photographers Ivory Door Studio.
Next up was the ceremony, and it was fantastic. The couple wrote their own vows full of detail, humor, and most importantly, love. Their officiant was a dear friend, and that made the ceremony all the more personable. The bridesmaids designed and made their own bouquets which were stunning. Plus, the pretty ribbons were the perfect way to add a sweet finishing touch.
We love that they chose mismatched bridesmaid dresses that were beautifully complimentary. Each shade of purple went together perfectly with the bouquets. And all the little elements that Kinzie and Scott added to their reception space made it so personal. There was a stack of quilts readily available in case it became chilly and a variety of centerpieces that gave a space a nice visual interest. Plus, there was a sweet tribute to loved ones who had passed. And all of it made the entire day truly one of a kind and perfectly lovely in every way!
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Photographer: Ivory Door Studio | Caterer: Our Place | Dress Store: Bridal Warehouse | DJ: DJ Duggin | Event Planner: Lauren Moore | Makeup Artist: MAC | Dress Designer: Mori Lee | Hair Stylist: Shasta Cox | Ring Designer: Staghead Designs | Equipment Rentals: Stewarts Event Rental | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Street Tuxedo | Event Venue: The Glass Barn | Submitted via Two Bright Lights