On a beautiful spring day in April, Grace and Andrew tied the knot in a heartfelt ceremony at the Historic Dekalb Courthouse. With its grand architecture and open floor plan, the courthouse provided the perfect setting for their special day.
The couple exchanged vows in the grand foyer which was filled with ample natural light due to the floor-to-ceiling windows, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Before saying their vows, they sang hymns with their friends and family, adding an extra special touch to the ceremony.
Following the ceremony, the newlyweds and their guests moved on to the reception, where they danced the night away on the open floor to the sounds of a live band. The band played all of their favorite songs, adding to the festive and joyful atmosphere of the evening.
One of the things that made Grace and Andrew’s wedding so special was the attention to detail. From the soft color palette of earthy greens, pale pinks, and blue tones, every detail was carefully thought out and executed to perfection. These little moments are what will make the biggest memories from their special day.
The venue’s grand architecture was mixed with soft, romantic touches to symbolize Grace and Andrew’s unbreakable yet tender love for each other. This combination of grandeur and softness perfectly captured the essence of their relationship and the emotions of their wedding day.
As the evening came to a close, Grace and Andrew capped off their perfect day with an intimate flower petal send-off. As they were showered in petals, the couple radiated happiness and joy, surrounded by their loved ones.
Planning: Wild Ridge Designs
Photo: Hannah Forsberg
Video: Compass Films
Gown: Aisle + Veil
Beauty: Caroline White Cosmetics
Paper goods: KC Prints
Groom attire: Savvi Formalwear
Floral: Bloom & Ivy Weddings
Catering: Oakhurst Market
Cake: Shannon Turner Cakes
Entertainment: Emerald Empire Band
Venue: DeKalb History Center
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