“This event space is dripping with character, including secret alcoves, barn stalls and distillery equipment that create a gorgeous backdrop for photos and works best for a progressive dining experience.
Because the venue was so dark and had so much wood, I decided to use vibrant lush blooms in oranges, pinks and rouge’s which truly popped in the space and created a spectacular backdrop for the shoot. I brought in lots of custom built distressed furniture, antique trucks and vintage decor compliments of Deb, at Y Knot Now, to create several vignettes in the space including a reception table, sweetheart table, bar and cake table. This look featured old and new, rustic elements and lots of bling which made for an eclectic look with a touch of whimsical charm.”
Doesn’t our bride model look just like Taylor Swift? She wore an absolutely beautiful wedding gown by Pronovias from La Belle Mariee Bridal. We accented it with a denim jacket that coordinates with the other denim accents from the shoot. The groom’s bow tie was custom made by Danielle Parker.
This cake was a masterpiece! The Cakeateria created it in the trendy “naked” style, with exposed layers. The blue fondant flowers matched the flowers on the bride’s dress.
Thanks to all the vendors that helped make this shoot a success. Here is the original post featured on Reverie Gallery.
Creative Director & Floral Designer: Kristin Rockhill Floral & Event Design
Venue: Liberty Distillery
Planning & Design: Y Knot Now
Photographer: Marie Labbancz Photography
Invitations: April Lynn Designs
Hair Stylist: Amanda D’Andrea Hair
Makeup Artist: Beke Beau
Bridal Salon : La Belle Mariee Bridal, Gabrielle Frederico
Wedding Gown Designer: Pronovias
Vintage Prop Rentals: Deb Ross
Heirlooms and Extras: Megan Hamilton Weddings
Cake Designer: The Cakeateria