Overflowing with bohemian style and eclectic details, this gorgeous jewel toned wedding is everything. Love, laughter, and romance abounds in Dani and Brad’s Cotton Warehouse wedding, blending industrial and historic elements to create a perfectly eclectic look for their celebration of marriage. Family heirlooms, portraits on abandoned railroad tracks, and an amazing candlelit ceremony design are just a few of our favorite things from this Georgia wedding, and we can’t wait for you to see it all captured by Lindsey LaRue Photography!
From Lindsey LaRue Photography:
I walked in the door of the getting ready location and was immediately greeted by the sound of laughter from the other room. Dani’s bridesmaids were all lounging around her as she was putting the finishing touches on her hair and makeup. One of my favorite things about this day was the dynamic between these girls. Sisters by blood and sisters by heart, it was clear that they all just adored Dani and couldn’t wait to stand beside her on her wedding day. The setting for their wedding was equal parts industrial and historic at The Cotton Warehouse in Monroe, GA. Everything from the abandoned railroad tracks to the repurposed buildings complemented Dani’s vision of an industrial bohemian wedding day. In a private glen just around the corner from the wedding venue, Dani and Brad shared a first look that was both romantic and joyful- just look at how Brad’s eyes light up when he looks at her! It was a day filled with so much love, laughter, and lighthearted gaiety- the perfect beginning to a beautiful marriage.Some of the unique details incorporated into Dani and Brad’s wedding were the family heirlooms they made a part of their day. Her something blue was her grandmother’s stunning blue-stone ring which she wore on her right hand. Doilies collected from family members decorated the ceremony, reception tables, and cake table. Finally, photos of loved ones passed were framed and hung from the aisle posts of the wedding ceremony- a touching tribute to those that couldn’t be there in person.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Lindsey LaRue Photography // Caterer: Beyond Details Catering and Floral Design // Event Planner: Classy Creations // Floral Designer: Le Petit Jardin Flowers // Event Venue: The Cotton Warehouse // Getting Ready Location: The Wayfarer Hotel //Makeup Artist: A Glamour Affair // Dress Store: Davids Bridal
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