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Photographer: Tracy Parrett Photography @tracyparrett
Florist: Victoria Park Florist @victoriaparkflorist
Beauty: Silverceiling Beauty @silverceilingbeauty
Catering: Cook Shack @cookshackcatering
Cake: Rachel Bailey Cake Artist @rachelbaileycakeartist
Video: Retrosound Films @retrosoundfilms
Dress: Alexia’s Bridal @alexiasbridal
Tux: The Black Tux @theblacktux
Luke and Morgan were married at the gorgeous Oaks at Salem, which boasts a beautifully manicured landscape including acres of lush green grass, a placid pond and fountain, and a charming historic home overlooking it all. Their day was nothing short of a fairytale from start to finish, beginning under the bright fall sun and ending under the romantic glow of market lights.
Luke and Morgan were surrounded by the love of their friends and family the entire day. They began by getting ready inside the historic home, where Morgan stepped into an elegant ivory lace gown and floor length veil, and Luke in a khaki suit. The couple complemented each other perfectly! The wedding party stayed true to the theme in neutral beige gowns and khaki colored suits. Morgan also carried a bouquet of crisp white roses with bright green fresh stems.
The ceremony was held under billowing white linens illuminated by both natural light and the sparkle of market lights and a gorgeous chandelier. Morgan and Luke stood in front of a romantic arrangement of candles varying in size, interspersed with bountiful petals from white blooms.
For the reception, the patio area was transformed to accommodate the guests, who were seated at round tables dressed in white linens and topped with floating tea lights and white blooms. After a delicious catered dinner, it was time for Luke and Morgan to cut their cake – a four tiered creation with tiers varying in decoration from white roses to textured color. To conclude their fairytale day, the newlyweds danced the night away under the glow of the starlight, surrounded by the love of their friends and family. Cheers to the Grossnickles!