Lisa and Michael awoke to snowy skies for their elegant spring celebration. Ivory and camel linens, glass accents, and elevated florals came together to round out their timeless look.
Low-hanging clouds and snow made only the occasional distant mountain peak visible during the morning hours. The wedding party made the most of the early spring weather, running down the driveway for some fun snowy photos.
Guests arrived as the snow began pouring down. Each guest received a blanket and umbrella to help keep warm and dry while the wedding party lined up for the ceremony. Michael was smiling ear to ear as Lisa walked down the aisle in her stunning long-sleeved dress. After their “I dos”, Lisa and Michael signed their license and walked through a tunnel of their friends and family cheering and showering them in flower petals.
Cocktail hour took place upstairs where the bar served signature cocktails named after Lisa and Michael’s dogs and the fireplaces blazed to warm the guests. While mingling, guests were also asked to sign the guestbook that required a little more than a signature. Lisa and Michael were looking for marriage advice, date ideas, and even a little note to their future selves on their anniversary.
The reception hall featured a tried and true look, camel linens with ivory accents. White floral centerpieces sat perched atop tall glass vases ornamented with assorted floating candles, votives, and geometric glass candle holders. As guests made their way down, they found their escort cards resting in complimentary champagne glasses.
Deshebrado Catering preset mouthwatering salads and provided a wonderful meal for the event. After the meal, Suit and Tie DJs kicked off the first dances and cake cutting so that guests could dive into Sweets by G’s incredible dessert buffet before getting down on the dancefloor.
Congratulations Lisa and Michael!