For the ceremony, Candice & Kyle vowed their committment to each under a hoopa that had been passed down from friends and family that also got married underneath it. The dinner reception took place in the back yard of the ranch and featured a combination of square, round, and banquet tables adorned with homemade striped runners, eclectic mismatched china, vintage silverware, and mason jar drinking glasses. The couple chose to use family names and vintage photos for their table assignments and custom cd's for their place cards. Lori Boe Floral Design did an incredible job on the floral centerpieces and bridal parties' bouquets and boutonnieres. Before Mama's Meatball Catering served a delicious Italian family-style feast, the mother of the groom welcomed guests by singing opera accompanied by a stand-up bass and accordion. And of course, the fabulous Jonathan Roberts of Bluephoto Wedding Photography was there to capture the unique beauty of the day. To see more photos of their wedding, please check out his blogpost featuring their wedding.
As an event planner herself, Candice did an incredible job on the overall design and layout of the wedding. Her attention to detail showed through in all the personal touches and the wedding itself truly represented the beautiful couple. It's such an honor when a fellow event planner puts their trust in me as their day-of coordinator to help execute their plans and bring their wedding vision to life. Congrats to Mr. & Mrs. Tripp as you continue your journey as husband and wife!