Kahla and Brandon chose the beautiful, Stover Hall for their spring wedding because of the historic charm of its 1830’s main house, its outdoor ceremony site with stunning mountain views, and its newly renovated barn reception space. And because Stover Hall is pet friendly, they were able to have their adorable fur baby join them on their big day. After all – he’s family!
The decor featured eucalyptus leaves wild lavender and purple tulips, perfect for a spring wedding. The bridesmaids gowns featured asymmetrical lace bodices and picked up on the purple theme, while the groomsmen sported green ties that mimicked the color of the eucalyptus adorning each of the table settings. Wooden accents like the signage and table numbers played perfectly against the wood of the barn giving the day a modern rustic feel.
Kahla’s tulle and lace gown featured beaded detailing on the bodice and a scalloped, V-shaped back that gave it dramatic effect. She looked angelic. Brandon’s khaki suit was a great choice for a spring wedding and fit the styling of the day perfectly. After the outdoor ceremony, this adorable couple got a chance to capture images on the grounds with their bridal party and their dog before heading inside for dinner and dancing. They closed the night with a sparkler send off after cutting their cake with its super cute dog-themed topper. We just love the birchwood effect of the cake’s icing, a clever detail for a pastoral, rustic barn wedding.
Photographer: Ashley Photography//Hair Stylist: LL McKee Salon//DJ: Harmany DJs//Cake Designer: Main Street Bakery and Catering//Floral Designer: Vivians Florist//Cinema and Video:Fénes Films//Dress Store: Simply Modern Bridal//Second Shooter: Kayla Koslow Photography//Bakery: Bijou's Sweet Treats LLC//Event Venue: Stover Hall //