This afternoon we are all about travel inspired weddings. And when we saw this one, photographed by the incredible Robert and Kathleen Trenske, our heart did a little pitter patter. It’s just so unbelievably romantic. Seriously makes me want to swoop my husband away for an incredible vacation, a trip to Paris, a weekend of kisses, old movies and really great champagne.
From Robert and Kathleen…Dagney and Michael wanted a wedding that really reflected their personality and lifestyle. They both LOVE flying – a lot. Since she was raised in a military family (her father was a Commander in the Navy), and Michael is a Major in the Army, they decided to have a 1940s-style, aviation themed wedding.
With the help of Candice from Jubilee Events , they had everything they needed at the reception to really capture the style they were going for – a swing band, a black & white checked dance floor, even a vintage 1930s plane. The bridesmaids wore short white dresses and yellow sashes and all of the flowers were in shades of yellow and green.
From Candice…The bride carried a modern take on a cascading bouquet that was complete with gorgeous parrot tulips and yellow ranunculus, among other lush white and yellow flowers. The centerpieces were an arrangement of the same flowers including varying roses. They had beautiful white lilacs in silver mint julep cups and tall, fragrant flowering branches that were organically arranged by Jubilee Events in fluted vases.
Flowers were all designed by Flore Flower Design and linens by Cloth Connection.
So much more to come!