Jessica and Philip got married on a snowy February day in Bend, Oregon at Aspen Hall
. And they started the day off by getting ready. Edge Hair and Makeup
beautifully applied Jessica's makeup, complete with a head turning red lip. After putting on her sleek, modern gown from A&Be Bridal Shop
and her crystal crown made by Elemental Child
, all that was left was a pair of chunky, grey velvet heels and she was ready for her big day.
Four Eyes Photographers
captured the day and their loving first look. After some bride and groom portraits, they spent some time with their wedding party. The bridesmaids were dressed in sleek black dresses and giant fur coats, while the groomsmen wore black suits and floral ties.
Guests were welcomed by a modern wedding sign and polaroid guest book. The ceremony was decorated with strands upon strands of string lights and hanging iridescent stars. To complete the look, a neon sign saying "Lovestruck" (a rental provided by us!) hung on the large fireplace that acted as their ceremony backdrop.
After the ceremony, guests enjoyed food provided by El Sancho
, from their mobile food cart waiting right outside. Guest tables were adorned with black satin linens. Crystals, bud vases, and unique candle votives lined the tables, rented from Curated Event Rentals
. A bar rented from Heirlooms and Co
provided guests a fabulous place to grab their drinks.
After dinner, we enjoy dessert! Foxtail Bakeshop
created a beautiful cutting cake, complete with iridescent star toppers. The rest of the table was filled with custom flavors of mini pies. If leftovers are any indicator of how good dessert is, I'd say this dessert killed it, because there wasn't much left at the end of the night.
The rest of the night was filled with toasts, cake cutting, dancing, and even a piñata! This was the edgy, alternative wedding of my dreams. All those celestial and iridescent accents made my heart swoon. And I think the bride and groom liked it a little bit too! ;)