Considering five to be their lucky number, Jessie and Greg planned a fun trip to Miami to celebrate their five year anniversary and, to Jessie’s surprise, Greg had an August 5th proposal on the beach in order!
Diving into the wedding planning process, Jessie, confident in both her personal style and creativity, opted to plan everything herself. She zeroed in on a “Midsummer Night’s Dream" theme for their wedding—a style that was nothing short of romantic, earthy and ethereal and full of lush details.
More and more brides are looking to find those edgy, yet rustic or industrial venues fit for their more modern style. A venue that perfectly fits this desire is The Market, located in Valparaiso, Indiana. They combine effortless style in a historic space with amenities like in-house catering and floral services for a stress-free event!
Sandra Vue of Dreambox Photography had a bold concept in mind inspired by the real deal. She says, “I had visited the Palace of Versailles in France (where Marie Antoinette lived) and was inspired by the queen’s elegant home and lavish lifestyle.
Sentimentality was at the heart of Nicholas’ proposal to Adara. She recalls, “Nicholas proposed on the top level of a parking garage in downtown Chicago. We had traveled to Chicago multiple times while dating and always ended up parking at this particular garage.
The vision for this shoot began with Henna as the inspiration. Meaghan Keck of Birch Affair explains, “Henna artist Kelly Caroline of Kelly Caroline Henna Art reached out to me about collaborating on a shoot in which a bride would be adorned in Henna.
Choosing the perfect wedding venue is something that couples do not take lightly. Your venue will create the atmosphere for your whole wedding—that is why when searching for your dream venue there are so many factors to consider.