Jacquelyn and Ben’s urban wedding day featuring olive, silver, and navy blue was the perfect way to kick off the spring. Ben’s green suite added pop of color while Jaquelyn’s creamy white florals both tied in the greens and built on the classic elegance of their day. Jacquelyn couldn’t have been more beautiful in her lacy Brickhouse Bridal gown and jeweled belt, adding a little extra sparkle.
The ladies (including the sweet flower girl!) got ready in matching robes before changing into navy dresses of the same color. Their fuzzy slippers made a come back during the reception – even on Jacquelyn. A true testament to a bride who thinks of everything and truly cares about the comfort of her ladies. 🙂
Jaquelyn and Ben did such a great job creating a cohesive and inviting atmosphere for their guests. They picked a color scheme that complimented their urban venue so well, and Stuido 8’s brilliant signage was a part of the experience from the stationery to the welcome sign greeting guests at the door. The Kimlas thought of everything.
We stole away to the outside alleyway for most of their portraits while guests enjoyed cocktail hour on the patio. If you give me a white wall and a little sun, then I’m a happy photographer, and a bridal party as joyful as the bride and groom is as good as it gets!
Be sure to scroll through to the party, because the newlyweds had the best people there to celebrate. Jaquelyn & Ben, thanks for letting me be a part of your wedding day. I’m excited for these highlights to build anticipation for the full, wonderful day. Happy marriage, Kimlas!
Venue: The 4 Eleven Stationery & Signage: Studio No. 8 Photo: Lizzie Christine Allen Florist: Jole’s Jewels Make Up Artist: Alexandra Ann Bartending: C Event Bartending DJ: Shelby Haun Dress: Brickhouse Bridal Tailor: Tailoring by Rios Bridesmaids Dresses: Lulus Suits: Balani Custom Rings: Robichaus Jewelry Cake: Sugar Bee Sweets Catering: Esperanza’s Restaurant Day of Coordinator: Emily Wisdom