{Allison + David} Metallic Sheen, Farmhouse Elegance


As do-it-yourself designed weddings go, this is one of our new FAVES! Allison and David put in alot of work creating and designing so many pieces for their wedding at Hope Glen Farm. Their day was captured PERFECTLY by Justin Mark Photography!

David's work as a carpenter really shines through as he hand-crafted many of the details and beautiful pieces you see. The mason jar candle wall is a beautiful backdrop to the head table! Allison hand picked and purchased many of the vintage and antique furniture pieces as well! Everything combines to perfectly accentuate the farmhouse feel and natural beauty of the venue's locations. They'd have a bright future in design!

The delicate lace and timeless style of Allison's wedding gown adds an elegant touch to the day. Her choice to adorn her bridesmaids in beautifully ruched sequin gowns adds a pop of metallic sheen and classically inspired glamour! For the guys, the contrasting looks of the groom in his sleek tuxedo against the minimalistic groomsmen style is a bit of tradition meets new attitude.

Allison even had a surprise horse drawn carriage for David during their first look!

It was amazing to see how everything David had built and the design ideas that Allison had all come together to create a gorgeous look and feel. They had so much fun the entire day and the wedding really reflected their relationship.

— Cait {Lead Planner, Mpls Branch Manager}

It's so much fun to see couples enjoying themselves this much on their wedding day! The couple had traditional dances first, then had their own fun time on the dance floor! Then the bride went with a sequin gown for party time.

Photography: Justin Mark Photography

Venue: Historic Hope Glen Farm

Wedding Gown: The Wedding Shoppe

Hair & Makeup: Creative Beaute Agency - Wendy Zarate

Officiant: Dean Dunavan

Caterer: Green Mill Catering

DJ: Adagio DJay Entertainment

Floral: Bellagala - Lesley Quan

Horse and Carriage: The Hitching Co.

Wedding Planner: Simply Elegant Events - Caitlin Duncan