Machine Shop Wedding
When I first met with Heather, about a year before her wedding, she already had a great idea of what she wanted her wedding to look like and how she wanted it to feel for her guests.The couple had booked the Machine Shop for her wedding reception and they had already hired a handful of awesome vendors. I was lucky enough to get to work together with her to bring the rest of her vision to life!
Heather knew she wanted to add a lot of soft colors and elements to the decor to soften The Machine Shop’s Industrial Look. Kindred Blooms was the perfect florist to bring all of Heather’s Visions together! They incorporated soft fabrics, hanging floral and ribbons to create a 3D ceiling installation that turned the Machine Shop’s industrial space into a whimsical wedding venue. Trees were added along the sides of the stage to bring an element of the outdoors inside. Paper Rock Scissors and Farina brought tied all of the elements together in the stationery and dessert designs.
The ceremony took place at St. Thomas Chapel, which held a lot of special meaning to both Heather and Guiseppe since they both attended college there!
We had the privilege of working alongside Russell Heeter and John Hoel who captured all of the elements of the day (Love these guys!!) and Good for Gary certainly got the party of the dance floor! The weather was perfect and I could not have enjoyed working with Heather, Giuseppe and her mom planning this beautiful wedding!!
Wedding Planner – Lasting Impressions Weddings
Ceremony Site – St. Thomas Chapel
Reception Site – Machine Shop
Caterer- Damico Catering
Transportation Renees Royal Valet
Ceremony Musicians – Loring String quartet
Photography – Russell Heeter
Videography- Vibrant Films
Floral – Kindred Blooms
Band – Good for Gary
Rental Items – Apres Party Rental
Makeup- Eyes and Irons
Hair – Brett Dorrian
Cake – Farina
Photo booth – Traveling Photo booth
Stationery – Paper Rock Scissors
Café Lights – PHOS
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