April 5, 2017
Stefanie + Kevin’s gorgeous Fall wedding at The Sonnet House is pretty much in a league of it’s own. We could do an entire blog post on her bouquet alone! Corey Daniel Florals did an excellent job of blending classic, red roses with foraged greenery to create a glamorous bouquet for Stefanie to carry and the rest of the florals were just as beautiful.
We see that many of our brides choose our wedding venue because they want a setting that makes their guests feel at home. While large receptions are wonderful, it is always nice to entertain a smaller crowd which can make your evening even more intimate. Stefanie + Kevin chose just that and we are oh so grateful to Jett Walker Photography for capturing it so beautifully.
Stefanie’s hair and make up was done by one of our absolutely favorite artists, Melissa Bogardus. She chose a classic and elegant up do which showed off that unbelievable neckline of her wedding dress from Bella Couture. Stefanie’s bridesmaids wore floor length charcoal dresses from Rent the Runway. Kevin and his groomsmen could not have been more handsome in their black tuxedos from Jos. A Bank.
Guests were greeted to the ceremony by a string trio from Cahaba River Strings. Feel the Beat Entertainment handled the reception and kept guests on their feet until the very end. Those with a sweet tooth were treated to two delicious cakes from Magnificent Cakes. Stefanie chose a traditional cake while Kevin’s cake was Italian Cream. I’m hungry now thinking about it!
It was such a pleasure serving you two and we wish you many years of happiness!
Wedding Date: Friday, September 23, 2017
Ceremony: 6:00pm The Fireplace
Venue, Catering, & Coordination: The Sonnet House
Florals: Corey Daniel Florals
Photographer: Jett Walker Photography
Hair Stylist & Make Up Artist: Melissa Bogardus
Ceremony Music: Cahaba River Strings
Reception Music: Feel the Beat Entertainment
Wedding Cake: Magnificent Cakes
Bridal Salon: Bella Couture
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Rent the Runway
Groom & Groomsmen Attire: Jos. A Bank
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