Evergreen Lake House Wedding

This past weekend I had the chance of checking in with this lovely couple and I got transported back to their lovely wedding weekend.  I thought I would share some of their moments.

Jonathan and Jen’s wedding took place at the beautiful Evergreen Lake House and is a wonderful example of incorporating different traditions, cultures, and personalities into a unique and personalized ceremony and reception.  They did this from incorporating Jewish traditions, to having Jonathan’s super cool cousin officiate the ceremony, to the ultra gifted groomsmen walking down the aisle playing guitars, to showcasing stickers of the yellow equal sign against a blue background for the Human Rights Campaign, in honor of the lgbt community.  The maid of honor even handmade 1001 origami cranes to wish their marriage good luck and longevity , part of her Chinese heritage.

Other awesome memories include the risotto cakes from Biscuits and Berries (delicious!), the most amazing favors of mini bundt cakes provided at each setting by The Bundt Shoppe (guests were stealing these from one another ;)), and dancing to the funk beats of mojomama where people got silly on the dance floor.  The best part was not only did I get to help with the details of this wedding, but I had the honor of being in it (with my handsome hubby).  Great friends, great fun!

Thank you From the Hip Photographers for capturing the moments of the day.  It is always a pleasure working with you!

venue

 getting ready

drink station

ceremony

Guest Cards

groomsmen

 


the toast

cranes
crane
breaking glasstogether

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

reception
dessert
cakeculture
the end

 

Thank you to all of the wonderful vendors who helped make this day:

Venue:  The Evergreen Lake house

Flowers:  The Perfect Petal

Caterer:  Biscuits and Berries

Cake:  Das Meyer

Favors:  The Bundt Shoppe

Band:  Mojomama

Photographer:  From the Hip

Wedding Planner: Storytellers Events

 

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