Kelsey and Brian’s pastel perfection wedding with classic elements of light blue was full of love and celebration as the two said, “I do.” The couple met in Albuquerque, and after one date, Kelsey knew she had met her future husband. Brian and Kelsey kept one thing in mind as they approached the final days of planning their wedding. In the end, the only thing that mattered was that they became husband and wife. The couple married at The View at Hillside Barn. Robyn’s Flower Garden turned Kelsey’s wedding dream into a reality by using pastel florals to create the whimsical garden party look she had always envisioned. The best moment of the couple’s special day came when Kelsey walked down the aisle to her groom. Emotion took hold of Brian as he saw his bride and realized the two were finally promising their lives to each other. All of the emotion and details were captured beautifully by Meg Rose Photography for the couple to look back on for years to come. The newlyweds danced the night away and made their grand exit minutes before a massive rainstorm to the Mayo Hotel. As the couple drove in the midst of a downpour, they remembered the old wive’s tale that rain on your wedding day signifies good luck. Keep scrolling to see all the pastel perfection and what the bride said about her dream wedding maker.
From the bride on her most helpful vendor: “Our photographer, Meg Rose Photography, was the absolute best! She created a wedding day timeline from start to finish and helped the whole day run smoothly. We have every single moment from the day captured to look back on for years to come. She was the first vendor I booked and was such a great investment.”
Other Local Vendors: The Bridal Shop, J. David Jewelry, Whiskey Sisters Bartending, Hannah Miller Hair & Makeup Artistry, Abco Party Rentals, DJ Connection Entertainment, The View at Hillside Barn