When we started to plan our wedding the most important part to me was that it was “our” wedding and not just “my” wedding. Our vision/theme for the day was to bring California to Kentucky. Since our Cali-tucky wedding took place in a barn we felt it expressed enough country vibes, so we aimed for everything else about our day to be pretty chic (although we did eat BBQ on china plates).
The biggest thing I learned about planning a wedding is that vendors make the vision. We could never have pulled this off in a million years without all the kind and extremely talented people who helped us dream up our beautiful day. Every single vendor went above and beyond to help us and had multiple meetings with us to make sure we loved everything. Together we even visited our venue many times to map things out. I would like to highlight a few who truly contributed and made the day special. Tiffany who did our flowers, made me so many trail pieces and was very patient. Adrian from the Southern Soiree who was the mastermind and visionary behind all the decor and styling of our wedding. Also our photographers, which is obvious from my blog that we LOVE the pictures so much. Finally our videographers who listened to our vision, and brought our story to life. P.S. if you haven’t already, you can check out our wedding video here.
We are so thankful for everyone that brought our vision to life. It truly was a dream come true.
Photography: Firm Anchor // Venue: Long Ridge Farm // Decor: The Southern Soiree // Flowers: Tiffany Collins Event & Floral Design // Video: Colburn Video // Car: Family friends Hudson 1948 // Food: Bootleg BBQ // Dessert: The Bakery