A Champagne Glitz Inspired Wedding At Pine & Pond

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A Champagne Glitz Inspired Wedding At Pine & Pond

When Meagyn came to me with her plans for her September wedding, I was really excited to work with her! Her venue was Pine & Pond and she was excited to really transform the venue into something that was uniquely hers. Inspired by a splash of 1920’s glitz, her love of succulents and the perfect contrast of blue, she was a girl on a mission, knowing exactly what she wanted.

The Pine & Pond wedding venue in itself is an incredible venue. Providing harvest tables and chairs to their guests, encapsulated by a pristine clear tent, adorned with chiffon draping and dramatic lighting, this venue is the perfect canvas to create whatever you can imagine! With the natural light that photographers love, and the rustic elegance that bride’s love, it was the perfect starting place for Meagyn’s vision.

We started with our aristocrat charger, which lent the perfect amount of soft cream and muted gold to the table, giving each guest a carefully marked spot for the evening’s events. Pops of navy were brought out with majestic napkins, offering a rich deep contrast to the warm tables and soft chargers. We completed her wedding table setting with blue vintage goblets, adding just the right amount of height and color to the overall look. Run along the beautiful harvest tables provided by Pine & Pond, were our sparkly, and definitely 20’s inspired large payette champagne runners. Meagyn & Justin carried that look through to their head table, by adding a payette sequin backdrop behind their head table. It was bold and amazing.

Vendors:

Thank you so much for these amazing images: Andrea Justine Photography

Venue: Pine & Pond

Officiant: Barb Fenske

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  • Briannem Reply

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    April 4, 2020 at 1:38 am

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