An intimate, outdoor wedding day for Ashley and Chris at The Goodstone Inn!
They kept it small, sweet and gorgeous with all their details for one beautiful celebration of love. The couple chose to say their vows beneath a picturesque floral arch adorned with vibrant blooms. Two massive centerpieces framed the altar, creating an ethereal atmosphere that perfectly matched their love story along with cascading florals gracefully climbing the Goodstone’s greenery wall. These floral arrangements added a touch of grandeur to the intimate setting and served as a beautiful focal point for the ceremony.
Guests were treated to a delightful cocktail hour by the poolside. It was clear that Ashley and Chris wanted their day to be not just beautiful but also fun and personal. To achieve this, they had custom fun fact napkins about themselves, which allowed their loved ones to learn more about the couple’s unique journey. The pool area was transformed into a pink and blue lounge, with comfortable seating and a relaxed atmosphere. Guests enjoyed their cocktails surrounded by love, laughter, and the serene backdrop. The bar, adorned with a lavish floral arrangement that seemed to cascade down its side, was a sight to behold.
The reception was held in a cozy intimate yet inviting space, poolside. It was a visual feast. The tablescape was exquisitely decorated with a blend of flowers in shades of pink, white, green, and orange. Each table featured gold-rimmed glassware that added a touch of opulence to the setting. The combination of colors and florals gave the reception area a lively yet elegant ambiance, perfectly reflecting Ashley and Chris’s vibrant personalities and deep love for each other. Guests dined, laughed, and toasted to the couple’s future happiness under the soft glow of twinkling lights.
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Venue: Goodstone Inn
Planner: Vida Events
Florals: Vintage Floral Design
Photography: Visual Society
Music: Summit Events Co
Beauty: Makeup by Ritaz
Officiant: Peter Dietz