When clients fully entrust their ideas with our design capabilities, we make their dreams come true. We spent countless hours refining every last little itty bitty detail… the paperie, the flowers, the plates, everything, every last thing…Tricia wanted something really unique, I am sure you have heard that plenty, all weddings are their own form of “unique” but with little to no inspiration online for her to see, it was quite the long road here.
Since Kris & Tricia love old London so much, they wanted to make their wedding a bit of Old London (think post industrial revolution), obviously the venue is already all concrete and has great architecture for this, now we had to take the dirty, grungy, worn-down look & feel of a port city and refine it to be suitable and elegant enough for a wedding. We had lots of wood and metal touches throughout, the decor was an eclectic mix of vintage practical-use pieces with modern library-style decor. I feel it was a perfect representation of London… the old, the new, the refined, the absolutely appealing charm it all had when put together! Our color palette was mostly blacks & grays, with accents of mustard, chocolate, and ivory. I was THRILLED for all of it! Not only are we excited to share these photos, if you click here you can see their video as well!
Many happy days for you Tricia & Kris!
Pro Team: Photography: Shewanders Photography | Cinematography: Luke McCain Videography | Ceremony Venue: Corpus Christi Catholic Parish | Reception Venue: New Children’s Museum | Catering + Desserts: Coast Catering | Flowers: Ashley Elizabeth Designs | DJ: Y.E.S Productions | Linens & Rentals: Classic Party Rentals | All Paperie: Bamboo Star Studios | Transportation: Elite Image Limo | Favors: Mobile Photobooth