Regan and Adam were married in September at the Omar Building. We connected with Regan and Adam’s personalities and design vision immediately upon meeting them. Their wedding was inspired by Regan’s refined and earthy personal style. We also wanted the design to feel playful and hint at the couple’s quirkiness and love of Star Wars.
The couple hosted an intimate ceremony in their industrial venue. A modern house structure surrounded by foliage and flowers acted as the ceremony altar. Guests were given ceremony programs wrapped with personalized vintage hankies that doubled as a wedding keepsake.
After cocktail hour, guests visited the interactive escort display, a custom-welded wall featuring laser-etched wooden tiles that rotated to reveal each guests’s table assignment. The dinner space was layered with earthy-textures: linen tablecloths with a bold geometric pattern, two-tone gold and wood flatware, matte china with an organic edge, and wooden chairs in a modern silhouette and raw finish.
The centerpieces were a collection of ivory blooms and green textured foliage built in eclectic ceramic vessels. For additional metallic accents, some of the smaller arrangements were housed in modern glass terrariums.
As a couple that favors bars and cookies over traditional wedding cake, they opted to serve dessert “charcuterie” boards for their guests to share family-style. Each sweet was carefully selected and styled to resemble a cheese wedge, lavosh, or other items found on a traditional charcuterie display. Guests were later surprised with a late-night treat of mini ice cream sandwiches made by Coneflower Creamery, a local hot spot frequented by the couple.
After toasts and spotlight dances, we handed out light sabers to each guest (a special request from the groom), which made the packed dance floor even more lively and memorable.