Rachael and Patrick met while working for the same country club while she was a junior at Michigan State University. The next four years were as fun as they were romantic as their love for each other grew more and more each day.
For this style shoot, the vision was simple. Photographer Lauren Koleff explains that the vision was really to gather local vendors to collaborate on a stylized bridal shoot together with wedding planner Amy Dittmer as the lead.
Sometimes, less is more. And Victoria Tate of Victoria Isabel Photography certainly saw beauty in the whitewashed exposed brick, wood floors and pure winter light that poured into Zurie, the spot where she selected for her romantic, fine art-inspired anniversary vision to play out.
"You only get married once." We hear this quote often in reference to choosing vendors and stretching the budget just a bit more to get exactly what we love. But what about those who have nothing but splotchy memories from one of the most important days of their lives?
It is easy to say we are in love with florals here at WeddingDay. From lush waterfall-style bouquets to simple, minimalistic centerpieces—floral design can make or break a wedding. Trigetty Designs is a floral designer whose careful eye and stylish craft has brought to life the decor of weddings big and small. The bright and brilliant skill of Trigetty emphasizes just how important floral design is in wedding decor.
You know what's cool? We've been doing this weekly Instagram blog for nearly three years and we're STILL just as excited to see all of your pretty posts each week! Shout out to all the talented vendors who make it possible (and enjoyable!) for us to continue sharing our weekly faves.
“The Embassy Theatre and Hotel Indiana is a nationally registered historic building,” says Embassy Theatre’s Marketing Director, John Hughey. “It was built in 1928 as an entertainment venue where patrons could travel to see a show and then stay overnight at the Hotel Indiana. Many famous acts have graced the stage over the past 90 years, including Doris Day and Bob Hope to current headliners like Jerry Seinfeld and touring Broadway shows. While the historical value alone is unique, it’s the beautiful architecture and stunning details that draw our couples in. There’s a feeling about standing in the Embassy that transcends time, so, in a word, it’s timeless.”