This Spring wedding made all of our heart strings tug just a little bit. Tanisha and Corey came to us seeking help with the design and florals for their wedding. Their wedding was small (a total of 38 guests) and it was important to them to focus on the little details and truly give their guests an experience that encompassed love and togetherness. The Bride gave us complete creative license and trust to create her vision. We discussed her style preferences and her vision and then ran with it. Dream come true!
Their wedding took place on a sunny March day in Girdwood. The private home they chose as their venue had beautiful architecture and details, but a somewhat teeny dining area. Like, no way were we fitting 38 people for dinner kind of small! With a little (or a lot) of creativity, we transformed the garage into a dreamy dinner area and chose to capitalize on the beauty of the main living spaces for their ceremony and dancing after dinner. When I told the Bride that I wanted to transform the garage into their dining space, there was a bit of a long pause and she finally said "Ok, I trust you!" No pressure. We used soft white draping and uplighting to soften the space, but purposely left the concrete walls and exposed wood beams as they were to create that wonderful kind of juxtaposition when mixing soft and rough elements. Matt made two beautiful hanging wood installations that I covered in greenery and florals. They were hung over the tables as "chandeliers." Constructing those was like scratching a creative itch that I've had for almost two years and they were SO much fun! Black and white stationary, gold, copper, creams, brass and the loveliest black taper candles completed the setting. We were so honored to be a part of this process and it was a treat to work with the modern industrial backdrop. We wish you all of the best Tanisha and Corey! Thank you so much for trusting us with this special day!