Summer Wedding with a Pretty Sherbet Palette

February 7, 2023 BY: Bailey

“A Kentucky gal and a Texas boy met in Colorado after they both moved to Denver to pursue their careers. Megan, the bride, had been envisioning her wedding day before Justin had even popped the question. Megan lost her mother several years ago but made sure to include her in multiple parts of her day (memory charms on her bouquet, memory chair at the ceremony, her garter was made from her mother’s wedding dress). The bride and groom had guests come from all over the country. So, one of their top priorities was to make sure everyone had a night they would never forget by dazzling them with delicious food, sophisticated drinks, beautiful decor arrangements, and a dance floor that was never empty. They achieved just that. Megan wanted an exit that was timeless and that did not include sparklers. She decided to rent a vintage car and have the guests throw white flower petals as they exited that night. The subtle color through the floral arrangements, the crisp black tuxes, and the gorgeous scenery at the Manor House made for a fairy tale wedding day.”

– Kentucky + Destination Wedding Photographer, Taylor Yaste Photography

Photographer: Taylor Yaste Photography Planning + Coordination: Curate Events and Design Venue + Catering: The Manor House Florist: Emma Lea Floral Bridal Boutique: LUV Bridal Videographer: Twin Flame Films Cake: Ruby Jean Patisserie Menswear: The Black Tux Rentals: Colorado Party Rentals Beauty: LoLa Beauty DNVR Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes Memory Charms: Etsy Transportation: Hermes Worldwide DJ: The Masterpiece DJ Stationery: Paper Girl Creative

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