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planterra wedding: erika & nick

4.11.18 - weddings by Kristin G.

When a bride+groom decide to marry in March in the mitten, they typically know what they are getting themselves into when it comes to the weather. Let me tell you, after the craziness Mother Nature brought down upon them during their engagement session this past fall, I was SO HAPPY that they had a gorgeous, mild, sun-filled day. I met up with Erika and her ladies at her childhood home where she had chosen to get ready. You guys already know how much I LOVE it when a bride selects a place meaningful to her and one of my favorite parts of the day was peeking in her bedroom and seeing the walls (and ceiling!) still adorned with posters from her youth. Erika looked gorgeous as she donned her wedding gown in the foyer of her parents’ home and once she was ready and sat down to open her gift from her groom, I learned a little more about this sweet couple. When she opened that wooden box in her lap, I expected to see a lovely bottle of wine for them to share on their anniversary, but instead, was a saber. A saber, you ask? Yes, a champagne saber for popping bottles! It was by far one of the coolest gifts I’ve seen (way to go, Nick!) and clearly I must have one immediately. The smiles+laughs continued as we headed off for the wedding festivities, but not without first showering the bride with confetti poppers! When we arrived at Planterra, I again was amazed at the way this venue transforms itself to individualize each wedding. Before I could take in all of the incredible details, it was time for Erika+Nick’s heartfelt first look. Nick looked so very handsome and these two again fell into an easy rhythm for portraits. Then, before we knew it, it was time. The couple each read their own written vows, which is always something that makes me teary behind the lens, and before long, we were celebrating in style! The tablescape was all sorts of incredible with rose gold utensils, stunning glass plate chargers and, my personal fave, ombré wine cork table numbers. The rose gold details carried over to the gorgeous tiered cake hand painted by Sweet Heather Anne and following dinner, the dance floor was packed thanks to the always incredible Mary Ann Ross Productions. I had to practically pry the couple off the floor before we left for a signature night shot in front of the venue. But first, sampling the creme brûlée station was a must! Truly, this was one fantastic affair planned by Luna Soiree Events and I could not be happier for this deserving couple! xo


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