Happy Monday + hope your weekend was great! It was SO much fun to meet so many of you face to face yesterday at The Cream (be sure to check out some of our photos on Instagram)! Thanks so much for popping by to say hi + talking weddings with us. And for those that couldn’t make it, we will be sharing all the goodness — plus lots of rad DIYs we created — in the next few weeks.
Since we’re admittedly still in a festive mood, we think Ashley + David’s romantic Georgia warehouse wedding, photographed by Luke Bugenske, is going to be just the thing to get this week started off with a bang! Seriously, never have we seen peach + blush look so good. And from the gorgeous + perfectly imperfect celebration space (The Brickyard at Marietta Station) to the ridiculously amazing florals by Lindsay Coletta, we think you’ll agree that A + D’s big day is not only stunning, but also packed with so many pretty ideas + steal-worthy details!
Ashley + David exchanged their vows in front of this romantic cluster of cherry blossom branches, lanterns + moss, and underneath the most jaw-dropingly beautiful floral garland, which you’ll see in just a sec!
Oh so many! It's hard to pick the most memorable moment out of a day that included getting kicked out of our first look spot, hosting a sock draft, and a crazy fun dance floor. But honestly, our most memorable moment was the actual ceremony when our family and closest friends laid hands on us and prayed for our marriage. It will forever be one of the most special moments for the both of us - to know that we have so many caring and supportive people in our lives.
Don’t the ‘maids looks so cute in their blush lace Modcloth dresses + flower crowns?!
And def don’t miss their super sweet wedding film by White in Revery! It’s just too good.
Music: If you're doing what we did (created playlists on Spotify), pick music that is personal to you. In our case, we also selected some songs the girls sang at karaoke during the bachelorette party. These songs are winners. Keep tempo in mind!
If you're unsure of what you want for your processional music, go traditional. Sometimes the traditional things are the most comforting because many others before you have shared in a similar experience. For most of our wedding, we stuck with tradition - the sequence, the vows, etc. It's always good to be open to new ideas though as the group prayer came as a suggestion and is now one of our most memorable moments!
photography: Luke Bugenske // venue name: The Brickyard at Marietta Station, Marietta, Georgia // event design: Lindsay Coletta // florals: Lindsay Coletta // wedding dress: Marisa Bridal // bride's shoes: Badgley Mischka // bridesmaid dresses: Modcloth // hair stylist: DIY by bride // makeup artist: DIY by bride // groom attire: Ludlow suit by J.Crew // videography: White in Revery // paper goods: DIY by bride & groom, David Lu Online // catering: Louis Kingsley // cake: Joyce Lau // groom shoes: To Boot New York // groomsmen socks: Richer Poorer // guestbook illustration: Teagan White