Kimberly & Jeffrey’s spring Michigan wedding took place at Apple Mountain and incorporated personal touches of their home state.
Coral and white rose petals lined the aisle for this spring Michigan wedding ceremony. After the ceremony, guests moved from the church to the venue for the reception. Tables were draped in white linens and white pillar candles in large vases in the middle. Some tables had lights under the linens, creating a glowing effect for this spring Michigan wedding.
From the photographer: This couple loves their friends and family and loves traveling their home state of Michigan. There was tons of DIY and amazing vendors on board to make this day a success! The centerpieces included petoskey stones the bride had for years slowly collected along with her aunt, their invite found on etsy was Michigan themed of made in the mitten love. The bride is also a teacher, so a co-worker/the art teacher did the writing on the table names, which were each named after Michigan towns the couple had visited together while dating. The pure Michigan navy blue and coral were their colors for the big day. The brides daughter, Lily, was a flower girl but also came up to help with the sand ceremony and the groom did his own vows with her. It was a sentimental and unique wedding all about mitten made love!
Photographer: Weddings by Cheyenne//Reception Venue: Apple Mountain//Dress Store: Davids Bridal//Makeup Artist: LC Makeup Artistry//Dress Designer: Maggie Sottero//Apparel: Men’s Warehouse//Invitation Designer: Penelope’s Paper Pantry//DJ: Rhythm Management//Dress Store: the dress shop//Hair Stylist: The Style Studio