Yellow and gray is one of my favorite color combinations. It’s very pleasing to eyes; perhaps it’s how the neutral gray combined with a bright color. Together, the look is so clean and neat. Add the chevron pattern then it’s a minimalist’s dream combo and Jessica had her bridesmaid wore a solid-colored dress which complemented the ongoing scheme. Plus this kind of pattern is a great alternative for floral and other typical wedding go-to prints. And if you want something distinct for your wedding, you could go for initials or your faces as print/pattern. I mean, why not right? If you love it, then go for it!
After many attempts to date Jess, Eric never lost hope. He always felt like she was the one. Soon after graduating college, Jess’s heart changed. They started dating long distance, and soon after that, they were engaged. It’s written all over their faces how much they care for one another. I loved the yellow and gray details and I’m a huge fan of the incorporation of baby’s breath in the centerpieces. It was beautifully done. Jess creatively put together the picture frame trays and designed the centerpieces. The dessert reception was amazing. The desserts made by friends were a perfect complement to the late evening celebration. One of my favorite additions was the milk and cookies table. The sparklers sendoff was a beautiful way to end this fun reception.
Wedding Day Outfit Inspiration:
Jess is a fun, classy, bubbly girl, so when she found this 50’s inspired dress with pockets, it was a perfect fit for her wedding.
Favorite Part Of The Day:
When Jess was walking down the aisle. I’ve never seen a groom show us much emotion as Eric did.
The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Projects:
Yes! Almost everything! The entire reception was put together by the bride and her friends. The escort cards were held together with push pins and fabric covered cork board. The dessert reception was made by family and friends, which was absolutely delicious! Centerpieces were created by the bride, along with the “takeout” boxes with their monogram, that way no dessert was left behind. The monogram plate was made by the maid of honor.
The Highlights From The Ceremony & Reception:
The processional, the send-off, and the dancing were my all-time favorites. Their huge dance floor was packed!
Chevron, fun, yellow and gray, romantic
Most Memorable Moment:
The toasts given by their amazing friends, guest enjoying their homemade desserts, and having a Christian ceremony.
Photographer: Jennifer Van Elk Photography
Hair Stylist: John Jay & Co
Floral Designer: Lazy Daisy
Reception Venue: Muncie Alliance Church
Bridesmaid Dresses: Nancy’s Bridal Boutique
Bridesmaid Dresses: eShakti.com