1920′s Inspired Wedding With A Modern Twist: Ashley + Philip

20's modern wedding

Ashley + Philip are both artists by trade, and their love of all things creative – like architecture, photography, music + indie coffee culture – became the foundation for a fun celebration where every little detail was purposely + artistically planned. Their wedding took place at a beautiful historical warehouse (the Pointe) in Louisville’s Butcher District and was filled with an abundance of 1920′s inspired details, but they kept things fresh by including lots of modern touches, too. They chose to incorporate things they love, that they thought reflected their unique aesthetic, and then selected a talented team of vendors they knew they could trust to carry out their vision. By allowing other artists to be a part of the creative process, their ideas were stretched to even more epic heights and their day was even better than they could have ever imagined!

Big thanks to Lang Thomas Photography for the gorgeous photography and congrats to Ashley + Philip on an amazing day!

20's modern wedding invitation

vintage ring

20s modern bride


I’m so madly in love with Ashley’s stunning, oversized bouquet by Jaclyn Journey!

cameo pendant


And how adorable are the bridesmaids in their lovely straw hats? Ashley purchased the hats at Stein Mart and asked Jaclyn to decorate them with a pretty garland of fresh flowers!

20s modern bridesmaids in hats

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first look

first look

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bride and groom


The guys didn’t look too bad either! ;)

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20s modern bridesmaids in hats

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Before the ceremony, there was a coffee hour in which baristas made drinks to order for guests. Philip went behind the counter and made a latte for Ashley, who was tucked away until the ceremony started. So sweet right?!

coffee bar

coffee bar


And Ashley gifted her gals with pretty jadeite coffee cup sets!

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groom playing music

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ceremony

ceremony

ceremony


Ok, let’s talk about this incredible ceremony backdrop for a sec! Ashley + Philip exchanged their vows in front of a beautiful spiral art piece consisting of different types of greenery pinned to a giant wooden board. So, so gorgeous and inventive! Love it.

botanical wall backdrop

botanical wall backdrop

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botanical wall backdrop

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botanical wall backdrop

candlelit table


Guests enjoyed a delicious spread of farm-raised burgers and fresh picked vegetables for dinner followed by a bourbon chocolate cake with caramel icing, made by Cake Flour, for dessert. Yum!

botanical cake

leaf wrapped cake

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Try to plan with people whose work you admire. It’s quite wonderful to see creative minds come together and produce something great.

photography: Lang Thomas Photography // venue: the Pointe Louisville, Kentucky // event design: the bride, Ashley Revell // event planner: Maggie Heely of Weekend Wedding Warrior // floral design: Jaclyn Journey // wedding dress: BHLDN // hairpieces: picked those lovely simple straw hats up at Stein Mart and asked Jaclyn to put fresh flowers on them // shoes: Swedish Hasbeens // bridesmaid dresses: J.Crew // hair: Hali B + co // makeup: Katie Jury // groom suit: TOPMANZARA // videography: Tim Harris Visuals // paper goods: Pedale Design // catering: Quills Coffee and Farm to Fork (and our friend Eron Plevon) // cake: Cake Flour – Bourbon Chocolate with Caramel icing // music: The Misty Mountain String Band (and friends TJ Hester, Justin & Megan Shaffer)

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Indie Northern Spain Wedding: Carolina + Alberto

spain bride and groom

Here’s some gorgeous inspiration for those of you looking for a short engagement – Carolina + Alberto planned their wedding in just one month! Not their original plan, but due to a new job + upcoming move, a month was all they had, so they made it work. And their wedding was just as sweet + lovely as can be!  Their ceremony was held in a charming, overgrown garden courtyard and a 1930′s style jazz band lead the way as guests paraded through the winding village streets to the reception venue. In Spain, weddings are still largely marked by deep-seated tradition, so Carolina + Alberto’s day was a fun breath of fresh air and is sure to inspire so many couples there (and everywhere!) to put their own personal spin on their celebration! Here’s a bit more from the beautiful bride:

We wanted to make something outdoors, casual, and closer to a friends and family party than to a formal wedding. We also wanted live music to be an important part of the wedding, as going to gigs and festivals is one of our biggest common interests. Also, as I am an architect I’m constantly following blogs on architecture, design, etc. So we got some ideas from them.

Thanks so much to People Producciones for sharing Carolina + Alberto’s gorgeous wedding with us today and congratulations and best wishes to the newlyweds!

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vintage bug


Love, love, love Carolina’s entrance with a VW bug!

Spain first look

spain ceremony

spain ceremony

spain ceremony

spain ceremony


And aren’t these ceremony photos just stunning?!

spain ceremony

musicians

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confetti exit

dancing

parade through the city

parade through the city

parade through the city

There was a parade with a friend of ours' marching band, from the tiny village we got married to the monastery the venue was at. It was sunset and we passed gorgeus crop fields and vineyards.

parade through the city

parade through the city

parade through the city

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simple Spain bouquet


It was very important to Carolina + Alberto that friends + family played a big role in their wedding day. Carolina’s dress, which I absolutely adore, was made by a friend and her bouquet + floral crown were designed by a local florist, who also happened to be a good friend of her mother’s!

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bride and groom

bride and groom

bride and groom

bride and groom

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The reception was held outdoors under an abundance of string lights and was reminiscent of a family dinner. Such a beautiful setting!

cafe lights

cafe light tent reception

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cafe light tent

Do not stress out. We had to marry on a Friday because it was the only day available, which is crazy unusual in Spain. People were very supportive about the date and the time constraints. You may be very surprised to find out that your father makes a hell of a wedding planner!

photography: People Producciones // venue + catering: Monasterio del Espino Santa Gadea del Cid, Spain // floral design + hairpieces: Beydol // wedding dress: Clara C. Lear // shoes: &Other stories // hair + makeup: Capelu Peluqueria + Mariángeles Conde // groom suit: Zara, El ganso // paper goods: Israel Cascón, Luis Sierra, Alba GarGon // cake: La Casa del Jamón // music: Spirit Rhythm Band

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DIY Michigan Barn Wedding: Emily + Tyler

bride and groom in a corn field

After starting down the traditional road of wedding planning, Emily + Tyler were beginning to realize that the wedding they were planning simply didn’t feel like ‘them’. They decided to make a total 180, and together they began the process of crafting a day that was relaxed, fun, and full of details that were reflective of their relationship. Once they threw all caution to the wind and started to trust their instincts, their dream wedding really began to take shape!

Admittedly breakfast fanatics, they chose to serve their guests delicious brunch fare and even hired a coffee cart to whip up specialty coffee drinks. For the music, they chose songs Tyler serenaded Emily with while their were dating as well as songs off of their fave movie soundtracks. The two of them spent weeks collecting vintage furniture pieces to decorate the rustic barn so it would feel cozy + unique. Every detail included meant something and all of their hard work DIY-ing virtually everything definitely paid off. Their day was not only extremely beautiful, but it looked like it was a total blast, too!

Big thanks to Caroline + Jayden of Woodnote Photography for the lovely photography and to Emily + Tyler, congratulations on a day that was exactly as you always wanted! :)

first look

Woodnote Photography

first look

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bride and groom

bride and groom

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bride and groom


Loving Emily’s sweet flower crown, which she handcrafted along with her fabric flower bouquet.

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bride and groom

bride and groom

bride and groom

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The 11 bridesmaids all chose their own dresses in pretty pastel shades. And Tyler’s crew of groomsmen picked their own attire, too, going for a mix of pieces in neutral hues. The end result was a perfectly mismatched + relaxed look for the bridal party!

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ceremony programs

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ceremony

ceremony

ceremony

ceremony


Emily purchased an adorable $15 (!!) dress from Charlotte Russe  for three reasons: so she would be 100% comfortable all day, so she could really dance at the reception – and, most importantly, so she could sprint back up the aisle with her new hubby and her bridal party once she and Tyler were pronounced husband + wife! Such a fun ceremony exit!!

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ceremony

ceremony

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mug favors

barn entrance

guest book


They chose to service donuts in lieu of wedding cake to keep with their fun brunch theme. I’m sure their guests were thrilled — the donuts look so good!

donut cake

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first dance

first dance


And their sweet wedding film by Daniel Sather :)

Short engagements are worth it. (Ours was less than 3 months! We got engaged on May 3rd, and married on August 2nd.) Longer engagements don’t guarantee having everything you want (or having less conflict) and having a short one doesn’t mean you have an awful wedding.

On the day of your wedding, soak in every moment. Our first look and first dance were both incredibly sweet and precious because someone told me to cherish the experience and not worry about anything else. I remember closing my eyes during the first dance, forgetting everyone was looking at me and just thinking of how much I love Tyler. It made it less like a performance and made it into a really sweet memory.

photography: Caroline + Jayden of Woodnote Photography // videography: Daniel Sather // venue: Hidden Vineyard, Berrien Springs, Michigan // emily’s dress: Charlotte Russe, $15 // emily’s shoes: Goodwill // emily’s jewelry: her Grandma’s // tyler’s suit: J.Crew, Goodwill // tyler’s shoes: he found them abandoned in an old house // groomsmen’s suits + bridesmaid’s gows: chosen individually // hair, makeup + florals: DIY by Emily // paper goods: Wedding programs designed by Emma Cline (one of the bridesmaids) // wedding favors: mugs from Goodwill, chocolate covered espresso beans from nuts.com // catering: Caitlin’s Catering

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