This disco moonlight wedding at Gibson’s rooftop was the perfect turn from summer to fall. Nicole and Brad got the most perfect weather for their 70’s-inspired wedding reception on the rooftop!
This bespoke wedding at Charcoal Factory Loft is a goody. Obviously, it’s a goody because the floral is outrageous. The genius-queen Elizabeth of Asrai Garden married the incredible Bianca in a whimsical floral dreamland juxtaposed against the loft facade and was the first wedding in the space. The vibes were immaculate.
This multicultural wedding at the Palmer House was full of love and lots and lots of color! Ellen and Harsha were some of the most chill clients all through the Covid times and the uncertainty that it brought on weddings and absolutely just rolled with the punches.
This vibrant wedding at the Hotel Intercontinental was SUCH A VIBE. Nina + David wanted a “funfetti” wedding full of color and FUN and they delivered. We loved helping them plan and designing this wedding was the most fun.
This camp-themed outdoor wedding on the lake is a goody!! When it comes to celebrating true love, there’s no better way to do it than with a wedding that encapsulates personal touches, breathtaking surroundings, and a celebration of nature’s beauty. Jordan + Mark hosted their family and friends at Lawrence University, right on the lake, where they brought their dream outdoor DIY wedding to life.