Abby and Kurt were married the day before Valentine’s Day. They created a romantic and vintage look for their wedding.
Ranunculus, anemones, and dusty miller foliage were featured in the bride’s bouquet. The bridesmaids carried bright bouquets with pinks, oranges, and yellows. The boutonnieres also featured ranunculus and dusty miller with seeded euchalyptus. A guitarist provided romantic music for the ceremony and cocktail hour that followed. The bride walked down the aisle to the traditional… “here comes the bride…” song, but the guitarist transitioned into “here comes the sun….” as she walked down the aisle.
A super sweet couple—they had great fun planning the wedding and carefully thought out lots of beautiful details. Their escort cards were vintage Valentine’s day cards hung with close pins on a clothes line between two cedar posts, a very unique touch.
Guests mingled and dined to appetizer stations of Baby Bayou Burgers, Baked Paprika Yam Sticks, Seasonal Vegetables with Molasses, a cheese board, Indian pancakes with a chickpea masala, red cabbage salad with almonds and sweet and sour dressing, and lamb sausage in flatbread topped with yogurt-dressed greens. The bride’s cake was a beautiful Valentine’s Day pink cake with delicate buttercream details. The groom’s cake was chocolate with swirls of chocolate on top.
The bride and groom left to guests waving sparklers. Truly a great couple, and everyone had such a great time at the wedding. Come back to see us Abby and Kurt!