Everything about this wedding at the Historic King Mansion was beautiful, starting with the people because Emily is an absolute ray of light and Alec is also so nice, and you cannot not smile when you are around them. Then there was Emily’s attention to detail, black and white details to be specific, and the bows that you’ll see from the back of her dress, to the wedding cake, all set in a perfectly fitting location.
We started the day with some getting ready photos, and got to meet their family and friends, and it was a fun bunch of really nice humans. I had to cut most of those photos because this is so long, but it was hard choosing favorites.
From there we headed to the ceremony. Guests had their umbrellas in hand, but slowly the rain stopped for long enough for them to get married and take photos outside the mansion for a few minutes. The sun even peeked out when were taking the last few photos before it was time for the reception.
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Then it was time to celebrate. The reception space was made for their black and white, elegant color palette, but don’t let that make you think they didn’t have a ton of fun.
We usually don’t stay until the end of receptions, unless there is a special reason. In this case it was Emily and Alec’s private last dance, which we were honored to witness and document for them (followed by an improvised cellphone light exit).
Emily and Alec, thank you so much for having us there with you and your families, you made us feel like guests and we love that we were there for this part of your journey. We wish you mountains of happiness.
The Vendor Team
Venue: Historic King Mansion
Florals: The JDK Group
Catering: The JDK Group
Cake: Kyrsten’s Sweet Designs