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Anna and Ryan's Sophisticated Seattle Wedding

Seattle, WA

College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wal

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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

 
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”

  • Posted by Taylor'd Events Group
  • Wedding Coordinator Taylor'd Events Group
  • Photography Rick + Anna Photography
  • Hair and Makeup Anne Timss
  • Venue The Foundry by Herban Feast
  • Catering Herban Feast
  • Florist Fena Flowers
  • Photo Transportation Butler Transportation
  • Exit Transportation British Motor Coach
  • Cake The Cakewalk Shop
  • Wedding Dress Marcella’s
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College sweethearts Anna and Ryan felt sparks upon meeting during their Freshman year. The friendship blossomed into a relationship, and while sitting on a park bench waiting to eat brunch on a rare sunny day, Ryan proposed. A friend of the couple hid in the background, and was even able to capture the heartfelt moment.

Incorporating their love of modern industrial design, the couple included elements of wood and metal into their décor. With a strong emphasis on lighting, hundreds of candles were spread throughout the venue, and a light wall was set up as the ceremony’s backdrop. DIY details include invitations, place cards, thank you cards, and both the welcoming and send-off signs made by the groom.

Bride Anna offers up some helpful advice to couples planning their wedding, “having a longer engagement meant we were able to plan the details at our own pace,” she said. “We truly enjoyed the entire process because we were never rushing. Have fun, take your time, and hire a wedding planner or day of coordinator.”