Talk about a fairytale!!!  Nicole and Kent wanted the wedding of the century…and man did they pull it off!

Nicole had lots of details to make her fairytale wedding yet keeping modern aspects included!  She was definitely a princess on her wedding day- so lovely.  They picked gorgeous rich colors of chocolate-brown, deep red and champagne.  They wanted very lavish details- lots of crystals, draped fabric and flowers, flowers, flowers!

The couple got married at Incarnation Lutheran Church– it was so lovely.  The left in a beautiful horse and carriage after being showered with thousands of rich red rose petals!

The reception was held the gorgeous Historic 701 Whaley Building.  The bride specifically wanted a unique sweetheart table set up so you will see below what was created- she came to me later and said it was her favorite part :-)!!  We also incorporated a fun photo booth using a sexy bench!

The GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS flowers were created by the amazingly talented Scott Jones and team, American Floral.   The yummy cake was by Parkland Cakes

We were so excited to get to work with Clark Berry Photography and Player Wedding Films once again- it is like working with family…a well oiled machine!

The food was fabulous and SO abundant….Blue Marlin Signature Catering did a fabulous job- thank you Kim and Ryan for all your hard work.  Your team was so great!

Great shot of the couple- this photo by Clark Berry

One shot of the room during set up.

Another angle- you can see the sweetheart table in the back.

Photo by Clark Berry

Looking back toward the front of the building.

You can see the lounge area taking shape, just not finished yet 🙂

One side of the lounge area.

Nicole and Kent gave out a variety of shot glasses as favors for their guest, and yes, they do read “…lived happily ever after!”

Close up of one of the amazing arrangements- you can see the beautiful hanging crystals.

Photo by Clark Berry

Shot of the cake and the sweetheart table!

Photo by Clark Berry

The photo booth and its great bench!

The stair case-

One final shot by Clark Berry

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