Natalie and James had an early spring wedding and were blessed with a beautiful day. Natalie had a vision of what she wanted from the beginning. She even had enough vision to book her reception venue while it was buried under scaffolding and still under construction! It was evident from the start that this wedding was going to be something special.
The intimate affair for 100 was completely reflective of Natalie and James. With the help of their closest family and friends, they shared a memorable wedding day that none of us will ever forget. Soft details were introduced through the light pink in all of the paper products and the perfect watercolor script. Succulents were incorporated with the escort cards & were probably one of our favorite details from the day. For James, an avid hunter, I was able to forage antlers from a trip home to Oregon. They were bleached for a clean and modern twist and added to several of the tables for a nod to his love of the outdoors.
Toasting abounded throughout the night and it was evident how loved everyone in the room was. What a blessing to have been apart of such a wonderful celebration of love and happiness.
Venue: The Apiary
Nina and Wes Mullins