Nicole and Rob's Field and Pond wedding was simply stunning. The entire vendor team went above and beyond to make this day spectacular for them. What you don't see in these gorgeous photos is the heat, wind, and intense elements that made set-up tricky. However, we're proud to say that our team, along with amazing vendors, credited below, pulled everything off without a hitch. When time came for ceremony, everything was picture-perfect and the couple enjoyed every minute of their day. Seeing both the final product and our client's reaction is what makes our job special, and so, so worth it.
Full-service planning, design, and coordination: Jenn Robirds Events | Venue: Field and Pond | Photography: Weddings by Scott & Dana | Catering: Sage Catering | Rentals: Celebrations Party Rentals, La Tavola Fine Linens, Royal Restrooms, Bright Event Rentals, It's All In The Details | Stationery: Chelsea Bailey Designs | Florals: Arvo Floral Design | Entertainment: Lucky Devils Band | Cinema: Fresh Wedding Cinematography | Ceremony: St. Anthony Catholic Church | Cake: Timothy's Bakery | Beauty: Cheek to Chic, Tay C Styles.
Arvo Floral Studio took the bride's initial inspiration and designed a beautifully cohesive floral package. Just look at the colors in this bouquet!
Flat-lay magic brought to you by Weddings by Scott & Dana. Details are everything.
Bridesmaid first looks provide such special memories (not to mention photos!).
We can't think of a better (or cuter) way send baby flower girl down the aisle!
Sometimes simple and clean stands out the most.
We're suckers for a huge, statement escort display. Chelsea Bailey Designs did a beautiful job with the hand-calligraphy that guests loved!
This bell was brought in by family for the bride and groom to ring at dinner time. So fun!
Sometimes a classic tiered cake is the only way to go!
The ones who make it all happen! Here at JRE, we're so thankful for the hardworking staff who become family.
Now THAT'S a dessert display.
Why was there ever a time that late-night snacks at weddings wasn't a thing??