Real Wedding: Love Everlasting

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Considering we are in high summer and currently so hot we can’t move, we thought that sharing this cool, Valentine’s Day inspired wedding could be a breath of cold air. On February 14th Allison and Beth Anne got married in a ceremony that was inspired by OK Cupid, the site on which they met. 

The ceremony and reception took place in an urban loft. The cool clean lines of the space helped to elevate the soft romantic touches that the two added. Simple, sweet accents such as vintage valentines day cards and pops of red, white and pink help to capture the overall romance theme. 

Allison and Beth Anne did it right by keeping it simple so they could put in the personal elements and accent colors to spruce it up and let their personality as a couple shine through. Their V-Day theme came across and sweet and romantic rather that corny and overly cutesy. A simple white tiered cake is so aesthetically pleasing, especially next to the bold reds and pinks of their floral arrangements.



Valentine’s Day is the day of the year completely devoted to love and sharing joy with the person you love. It is pretty clear that these two beauties have captured the meaning of love and found the best way to celebrate and embrace Valentine’s Day .


Of course you can’t forget the hot chocolate station! What better way to warm up in the below freezing weather than with liquid gold (and by gold we are referring to the delicious kind: chocolate). And just to put the cherry on top of this perfect winter wedding- personalized travel mugs as the favor! Doesn’t get any better than that if you ask us.

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