Modern elegance with a hint of charm perfectly describes the ambiance of Caitlin and Zach's wedding day and we hope you fall in love with it as much as we did.
Caitlin, who is actually the senior event coordinator at True Event, played a role in designing her own wedding since she has probably planned more weddings then she can count.The results were downright gorgeous, with a dream team of vendors by her side. Keep scrolling to see their wedding day photos!
One of the cutest elements to this wedding day was the pop of lavender through different aspects of Caitlin and Zach's wedding. To them it has a bigger meaning then just looking pretty and smelling lovely, its their official last name! Can you spot all the ways they incorporated it into unique elements throughout their wedding celebrations?
The environment was kept relaxed and casual for the outdoor ceremony with an alter boasting a variety of crisp white flowers and lush greenery.
The tented reception under our Sperry Sailcloth Tent had a contemporary and charming feeling. It was an ideal setting to host a celebration. The 66x66 size Sperry is the perfect tent to give a smaller and personal touch for events with a larger guest count.
Starting off with the floral centerpieces from the creative Hana Floral team, Caitlin and Zach took a more modern approach with using red as that pop of color pulling together the accents of gold and black tableware. Steering away from traditional blush and pink tones brought the centerpieces and bouquets an elevated elegance.
Keeping a modern touch on the reception aesthetic, a sleek and sophisticated element black chairs were used for all of the reception tables. This was a lovely way to create structure within the tent as well as making a statement. Creating more mini focal points on the reception tables, True Event used black as the accent color for the menus bringing depth to the textured white table linens and gold flatware.
With these already beautifully embellished reception tables, they added white Japanese lanterns from Ryan Designs to fill the open space in the reception tent drawing guests eyes upwards to take in the entire atmosphere. They also gave great textured lighting when the sun went down and it was time to dance the night away!