Krystle + Richard had a wedding filled with so much fun and laughter. Both are amazing dancers and they choreographed a surprise dance number that had the whole wedding on their feet! They also had another surprise dance with their bridal party that just set the tone for the entire night.
Words from the bride:
Prior to planning, I envisioned having a modern wedding mixed cohesively with tradition. I knew that I’ve always wanted to get married in a Cathedral like church, with a fun dinner/dance reception to follow.
When deciding on wedding colors, we wanted something clean and classy. Our take on the classic black & white, was navy & rose gold. We included just enough DIY in our wedding to make it personalized, but not overwhelm us with a lot of work, from the escort cards & table numbers that we cut, wrote, and embossed to the agate place cards written in calligraphy.
I knew I wanted something different when it came to our wedding cake (or should I say cakes). Instead of one huge cake, I wanted 3 smaller ones, each artfully decorated differently, yet cohesive when side by side. Our bakery was awesome! True artists and best tasting cakes ever!!!
I was so happy with the results of all our wedding planning! The whole day was filled with special moments. If I had to pick one, I’d say my favorite moment was our dance intro going into the reception. We both love to dance, and I feel that our hype really set the energetic tone for the rest of our guests, which lasted the whole night!
Once engaged, don’t be in too much of a rush to plan everything right away. Planning a wedding whether big or small is still a process. Do your research, save enough money, and interview prospective vendors. If there is a specific vendor (be it photography, videographer, venue, or church) that you know FOR SURE you want to book, do not delay! Some popular vendors book almost a year in advance!