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{Jenn Robirds Events} Katie + Peter

Katie and Peter's wedding was the definition of timeless. Soft pinks were contrasted with greenery and accented with copper notes. Guests enjoyed the ceremony in a unique circular seating arrangement, something Wolfe Heights Event Center is known for. So many details made this wedding amazing, including hand-painted invitation suites, a plated Italian meal, a gelato cart, and unforgettable orchard views.


Planning, Design, and Production: Jenn Robirds Events | Florals: Violette Fleurs | Venue: Wolfe Heights Event Center | Photography: Lauren Haley Photography | Entertainment: Riptide Entertainment, Edge Fog Films | Rentals: Celebrations Party Rentals and Tents, La Tavola Fine Linens, Three Palm Events | Catering: Randy Peters Catering | Cake: Freeport Bakery | Gelato: Luciano's Scoop | Beauty: Hai Nguyen | Stationery: Little Bird Paper Company | Officiant: Rev. Christopher Nesbitt.

This beautiful flat lay displays Little Bird Paper Company's stationery work. The olive theme for this stationery suite is inspired by the venue and its beautiful olive tree orchard. Keep scrolling for pictures of the couple and their bridal party in the orchard.

We love the variation in dress style and color!

Bigger is better when it comes to this escort display. Guests loved this design element and enjoyed finding their name on such a large display.

Neutrals, greenery, and a hint of copper made this table scape timeless and elegant. The floral gave the table the little pop of color it needed.

How fun is this little gelato cart? Guests loved the variety and with a few flowers and candles, it was picture perfect!

Very few ceremonies stray from the horizontal row seating. However, Wolfe Heights Event Center has such a unique set-up, and guests enjoyed the ceremony from every angle in this circular space.

When it comes to guestbooks, we recommend choosing something you will actually use or display. If you think a traditional book will get thrown in a drawer, opt for something unique like a hand pained sign, shown above.

The soft greens of the olive orchard absolutely makes these photos!

Most brides tend to opt for a buttoned bustle. However, hand-held bustles, which were once the go-to bustle, are coming back in style. Look how romantic and feminine this bustle is!

Congratulations, Katie and Peter!

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