This modern affair starts with a crisp white backdrop that’s beautiful all on its own but when you add in a greenery lined aisle designed by Kae and Ales, it takes understated to a new level of gorgeous. From the romantic bouquets to the Bride’s stunning silk gown, this intimate celebration (only 60 of their nearest and dearest!) is a beaut from beginning to end. See the full day through the lens of Maria Lamb.
From the Bride…When initially talking about our wedding, we both had very different visions. I was the sort of bride who wanted an elopement, with minimal people watching. The thought of a large wedding made my stomach turn. Phillip’s ideal wedding was a guest list exceeding 200, inviting friends from every season of life to celebrate. As we got to the details of planning, neither choice seemed to suit our desires as a couple. Because of this, we chose the things that we felt important, and scrapped the rest. The result was hand selecting our guest list with the idea that the people there, are who we would want if we had a LARGE bridal party accompanied by immediate family. This gave us a guest count of 60 people who had been with Phillip and I through every part of our relationship. With the intention of the reception feeling like an intimate dinner party, an important factor for us was a delicious menu. Our last focus was on the details, we felt less was more in the context of ceremony and decor resulting in a relaxed but well curated atmosphere.
photographer: Maria Lamb | Event Design: Kae & Ales | Event Planning: Dayna Salomon | Floral Design: Kae & Ales | Wedding Dress: Reformation | Catering: The Lamb's Table | hair: Alyssa Fitchie | Bride Shoes: Marc Fisher | Brides Ring: Shane Co. | Ceremony + Reception: Old Airplane Hangar | Getting Ready Robe: Victoria Secret | Groom Attire : J.Crew | Groom Ring: Silver Piston | Groom Shoes: Broletto | Paper Goods: Shiela Laufer | Rentals: Classic Vintage Rentals