What made the reception enjoyable?
Natalie and Dominic were both ready to boogie almost immediately after they cut the cake. The Bride had a quick change into her dancing shoes, an adorable pair of custom, high-top converse with their wedding date on the bottom of the soles. Together with family and friends, they kept the Supposey dance floor packed until the very last song.
Tell me about the couple’s choice of color palette.
Choosing to have their wedding right on the cusp of the Autumn season, Natalie knew she wanted rustic fall tones with all the fabulous texture on her big day. Warm golds were paired with the most gorgeous burnt orange velvet, which gave the sprawling venue a cozy and inviting vibe.
Was there unique transportation?
One of the best things the bride and groom chose to incorporate on their day was a quick trip in Supposey’s vintage convertible during their cocktail hour. Instead of saving the getaway car for the end of the night, they opted to make the most out of golden hour and went for a spin down to the waterfront. Their joyride made for not only the most beautiful photos, but also the perfect way for them to enjoy their first sunset as Mr. and Mrs.