Laura and Andrew’s Pinecroft at Crosley Estate wedding was their SECOND special day! They tied the knot last fall in a family-only backyard traditional Jewish wedding. We were so happy that their original plans came full circle this spring and they were able to celebrate safely with all their friends and family.
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Their day was full of intentional choices. The bridal party attire is colorful and unique yet it still ties together with the rest of the day. Laura’s mom hand-painted flowers on her cathedral veil to match the rest of the floral theme. The groom’s custom olive-green suite and floral tie complement Laura’s classic bridal look, which was finished off with hand-created clay floral earrings from Russia.
Laura and Andrew were so laid back because they were there to simply celebrate their love with friends and family. They opted to host cocktail hour in the gardens of the Pinecroft and a formal reception in their tented space. As always, we LOVE photographing at the Pinecroft. It has old-world European charm, perfectly manicured gardens, and a blank canvas for our clients to make their wedding unique.
After greeting guests during cocktail hour for cornhole, lounging on the soft seating, and sharing hors d’oeuvres, guests made their way into the beautifully designed tent. Here, DJ Toad played the couple’s favorite music, Susan Foy created the most gorgeous floral pieces, and Beth from The Pinecroft designed a gorgeous farmhouse table scape.
Laura and Andrew danced a traditional Jewish Hava Nagila following dinner and this led into a night of fun. Laura and Andrew, thank you two for choosing us to document your Pinecroft at Crosley Estate wedding.