High Line Car House // Laura Beth & Damon
When I met Laura Beth, I knew she would be such a great bride to work with! She is literally the sweetest thing you’ve ever met. Truth be told, she didn’t exactly have the ring when we started planning (hah!)…but we had limited timing with their jobs, and she was ready!
Let me also say that I just love winter weddings – I was so happy when she said their ideal month was February! She was tossing around ideas of mauve, blush, dusty blue, gray, greens and whites….and described her wedding style as classy but simple; not over the top, but well thought out. And so, we got to work!
Laura Beth is as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside, and her “bride tribe” nailed the dusty blue and gray mismatched dresses!
The Bridal Party
Okay, I’m obsessed with these door wreaths. And this get-away car. And this tiny chapel attached to Laura Beth’s church. Oh, and those standing florals at the alter…Madison House took our vision and brought it to life!
We chose High Line Car House as the perfect reception space – with it’s rustic charm and industrial touches, it was everything Laura Beth had dreamed it would be. We did long family style tables filled with greenery and candlelight on top of velvet linens (yes, we LOVE velvet linens).
Time to Celebrate at High Line Car House
You know it’s a party when you have dueling pianos as the entertainment for the night – such a fun, unique addition to the reception!
Thank you to the creative team:
Makeup / Full Face Artistry
Dresses / White of Dublin
Ceremony Venue / St. John Lutheran Church
Videographer / Studio 58 Media
Ceremony Music / Fermata Music
Dueling Pianos / Midwest Dueling Pianos
Florist / Madison House Designs
Photography / Ethan Yang Photography
Bakery / Perfect Pear Sisters
Limo / Classic Limousine
Reception Venue / High Line Car House