Chloe and Xander’s North Carolina wedding day was full of sentimental moments, intentional details, and a whole lot of love. From a special keyboard performance by the bride’s uncle during the ceremony that left everyone feeling the emotion of the day, to the bee theme carried throughout as a nod to the bride’s bee keeper father, personal touches were everywhere!
The bee theme was incorporated in such a fun and subtle way throughout this couple’s sweet wedding design. A beeswax unity candle, small honey jar favors, and signature cocktails with bee-inspired names are just a few ways that the theme was carried through the day. These elements were a perfect compliment to the colorful rustic style of their wedding day, and of course a fun nod to the bride’s father.
We think you’ll love the personal details and the joyful celebration that Mikkel Paige Photography captured of this sweet couple’s wedding day!
A fun final detail was the ice cream truck, The Parlour, that Chloe and Xander chose as an alternative to a traditional wedding cake. What a fun and unique idea that really allowed them to let their non-traditional personalities peak through.
Are there any unique and non-traditional elements that you plan to incorporate into your wedding day?
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photography: Mikkel Paige Photography // Venue: The Rickhouse // Getting Ready Location: King’s Daughters Inn // Month of Coordination: Redbird Events // Bouquets and Boutonnieres: Teacup Floral // Videographer: AK Focus // Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas // Wedding Gown Retailer: New York Bride & Groom of Raleigh // Wedding Gown Designer: Simply Bridal // Bridal Party Hair + Makeup: Wink Hair & Makeup // Bride’s Hair + Makeup: Becca McNab, Aunt of Bride // Officiant: Johanna Wint // Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Azazie // Groom’s Suit: Indochino // Groomsmen Suits: Men’s Wearhouse // Engagement Ring: Jewelsmith // Groom’s Wedding Band: Zale’s // Lighting: Get Lit Special Event Lighting // Linens: American Party Rentals // Ice Cream Truck: The Parlour