Bold, bright and colorful reception

As much as I love soft, beautiful and romantic vibes of receptions, this styled shoot was bold, bright and super fun! I was so grateful to be a mentor to Margaret Oberkrom form the Millbottom on this shoot (especially since I hadn’t been there since our own wedding reception) and to work with the talented Kelsi Kliethermes Photography again.

For all your brides out there planning summer weddings next year, you might want to take a look at some of these fun ideas.

I loved how The Ink Cafe incorporated a sketch of The Millbottom on the back of the invitation suite! It was the perfect combination of historical and modern elements.

Make sure to keep an eye out throughout the photos to see all the ways The Ink Cafe uses laser cut lettering to make personalizations. So cute!

This beauty is a combo of Chez Monet and Busch’s Florist…perfection!

Using the Millbottom’s vast space, we were able to use a fun diamond-shape layout for guest tables.

Loving the pops of florals paired with fun fruit place cards! 

The groom’s look was created by bold pieces provided by Samuel’s Tuxedos in Jefferson City, Missouri, and florals by Busch’s. Who says only the birde can have fun with her look?

The bride’s  ensamble was put together by the power team of Ana Marie’s Bridal and Inspired Salon and Spa and paired with a luscious ribbon bouquet by Busch

The combo of these whimsical paper flowers with the industrial vibe of the garage door was one of my favorite elements of the shoot. Thanks to PK Paper Art for the gorgeous designs!

And you really can’t have a reception in Jefferson City without a little cameo from the capitol!

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