Warehouse Wedding

We love the use of the soft mint and pop of pink throughout this bride and groom's big day. If guests weren't in awe enough by that color combo, they were sure to fall in love with the delicious milk and cookie bar!

From the bride: Our wedding was a simple, vintage style event where we were surrounded by family and close friends. It was captured beautifully by our photographer, Kerry Blackburn, who was wonderful to work with. My mother and I made all of the decorations and flowers, except for my bridal bouquet. Our color palette was mint and blush. I wore an ivory, floor length, lace dress with blush heels. My bouquet consisted of ivory and blush roses with pearls throughout. My bridesmaids wore mint, cocktail length dresses and carried bouquets of hydrangeas, roses and baby's breath. Ben and the groomsmen wore gray suits with mint ties and baby’s breath boutonnieres. Our flower girl wore ivory, floor length dresses and the ring bearer wore gray pants, suspenders, and a paperboy hat. One of my best friends, Cassie Kidd, did a beautiful job on my hair as did the staff at Creative Styles who did the rest of the girls’ hair. Amber Abner did a great job on everyone's makeup. Both the ceremony and reception were held at the historic Churchill Weavers building, which has been turned into a beautiful event venue that exhibits an industrial feel. As the guests entered the ceremony, they signed a large wooden sign that now hangs in our dining room as a wonderful reminder of our wedding day. We kept the ceremony decorations simple—lanterns with candles nestled in hydrangeas lining the aisle and ferns hanging above. After the ceremony, guests entered the reception area for cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and fun at the photo booth furnished by Dee West of Synergetic Entertainment. Each reception table was unique, using a variety of family china, lace, silver trays, vases, pearls, goblets, framed engagement pictures, and old books from my grandmothers. Following the bridal party introductions, everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner from Catering by Ann. Ben and I then had our first dance to a song sung by our family friend, Yogi Brown. Following the father/daughter and mother/son dances the guests were invited on the dance floor by Digital Jukebox Mobile DJ who created a fun atmosphere where everyone danced the night away. We heard toasts from the bridesmaids and best man and enjoyed the wedding cake made by my mom. She also made an assortment of cookies for the Cookie & Milk Bar where guests were encouraged to fill up a bag and take with them. The night ended as everyone gathered outside for a gorgeous sparkler send off. It was the BEST DAY EVER!

PHOTOGRAPHER: Kerry Blackburn Photographer VENUE: Churchill CATERER: Catering by Ann MUSIC: Digital Jukebox Mobile DJ CREDITS: Ceremony Music: Luke and Rachel Jackson

Katelyn Daugherty