Summer weddings

Who knew it would 105+ for this early July wedding at Antelope Park in Lincoln, NE. The reception was in the Auld Pavilion in the park and even though it was hot, it was a fun time all the way around.

Summer 2012 levi wedding too

GEORGETOWNE CLUB: Even though temps were topping 98+ degrees, this summer bride stayed amazingly cool. Ceremony: Elkhorn Hills United Methodist Church.

Georgetowne was transformed into a casually elegant summer garden party.

FIELD CLUB: It isn’t a stuffy, private club. Whether you have a membership or not, they are happy to host your special event inside their spacious ballroom.
A Tiffany blue and black summer wedding.

CEREMONY and RECEPTION: Lifegate Church. It’s fun when a bride likes to think outside the box and we really enjoyed designing decor for a Greek-themed wedding.

BAYLISS PARK and HALL: An early June wedding outdoors is always unpredictable yet it can exude casual elegance with a hint of playfulness.

CEREMONY and RECEPTION: Bethany Lutheran Church.This late spring bride’s venue went out of business before her special day, but thankfully, she was able to use her church’s gymnasium for her reception. The bride was very cost-conscious and had some ideas about what she wanted wasn’t sure how to pull it all together and make it look good. Lots of tulle, ribbons, and icicle lighting can bring romance to any venue.

NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA: For a simple yet casual wedding, this bride chose naturals from her grandma’s acreage in the Napa Valley region of California. We used curly willow, myrtle, grapevine and little green apples, all of which we incorporated into her unique style.

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