This couple’s style mixes vintage flair with classic elegance. The bride was inspired by blush and cream color schemes, but she wanted everything to feel timeless, as well. To create the look she paired the hues with a lovely array of heirloom jewelry pieces, classic shoes, and the most beautiful hand tied bouquets. Also, she wore her grandmother’s ring, pictured with a note for the bride from her grandma.
The ceremony was officiated by the bride’s childhood pastor, and with Jill Gum Photography behind the lens, every seat in the church was packed. The bride and groom read vows they wrote themselves from beautiful vow books. The reception was filled with vintage touches that showed the legacy of their grandparent’s love and many beautiful pieces found at various antique shops and friend’s homes. They took portraits at the winery that Morgan and Nathan met at before heading out to Nathan’s family farm. There was a beautiful personal touch in every part of the day, and the wedding was filled with so many people that were excited about the marriage of this couple. The whole day was beautiful.
Thanks for stopping by!
* * *
Photographer: Jill Gum Photography
| Dress Designer: Casablanca Bridal | Caterer: HyVee Catering | Bakery: Krazy Cakes Cafe & Bakery | Hair Stylist: Kristopher’s Hair Studio | Floral Designer: Lavish Floral Event Design | Cinema and Video: Rocket Berry Video Photo | Dress Store: Sarah’s Bridal Gallery | Invitation Designer: Simply Sara | Equipment Rentals: Something Borrowed Custom Event Planning and Decor Rental | Reception Venue: The Ambiance | Ceremony Location: Zion United Church of Christ | Submitted via Two Bright Lights