A colorful celebration from the south was brought to the Midwest for Kamber and Luke’s wedding. They have also integrated bright florals, and derby details into their golf course wedding reception and what can we say, fabulous! We’re happy to share to you this lovely wedding by having a look to all the amazing works of Dana Tate | Wedding Photographer. Enjoy fellas!
The DIY Projects
The groom’s mother made most of the DIY at the wedding. She created everything from the mason jar centerpieces to unity candles.
The bride’s grandfather created the wooden table numbers from scratch.
The bride’s mother had her wedding dress made into a clutch for Kamber to carry on the day of the wedding as well as a tie for the bride’s father to wear as he walked Kamber down the isle.
The family contributed to the couple’s wedding more than they’ve imagined.
Tips from the Bride
♥ Do Not Stress! At the end of the day you are marrying your best friend and the love of your life. No one will remember if a small detail does not go according to plan. In fact, they say it’s good luck.
♥ Do not wait too long to get started on everything. You want to enjoy the final week before your wedding and really be able to take it all in. If you have too much last minute running around to do you will not get to enjoy this time.
♥ Take some time to have fun and enjoy the day. They always say “it goes by so quickly.” You do not realize how true that really is until you experience it for yourself. The day goes by so quickly so make sure you stop and take some time to enjoy all of the hard work you put in.
Wedding Budget: $20,000 – $45,000
Photographer: Dana Tate | Wedding Photographer
Dress Store: David’s Bridal
Cake Designer: Hank’s Cheesecakes
Floral Designer: Lesher’s Flowers
Makeup Artist: Make-up Artistry by A & C
DJ: Rockstar DJs
Event Venue: Tapawingo Golf Course