Hannah + Dan kicked off 2020 with a Leap Day bang! Their family and friends came together to support them and truly brought it. Hannah’s sisters had the most amazing “Maids of Honor” speech including an imaginary canoe, homemade paddles, and all the floaty gear. Dan’s brother gifted him a beautiful ring box that was gifted him on his wedding day.
Their day was absolutely filled with style and class – just look at the beautiful velvet green wedding shoes and amazing ring set Hannah was sporting and the snazzy vest Dan had on. When I get married, I hope I have a day that is half as beautiful as Hannah + Dan’s! All of The Lumber Exchange’s nooks and crannies lent themselves well to H+D’s beautifully natural wedding day. Hannah hand made most her wedding day details and decorations. My favorite were both her table settings and the wedding day plaque she made with moss and plexiglass. Talk about wedding inspiration!
A lesson I learned from Hannah + Dan’s wedding day: intentionality goes a long way. These two had lots of it.
Dress: Bette by Chic Nostalgia from the the Wedding Shoppe
Rings: Filigree Jewelry
Suit: Heimies Haberdashery
Tie: The Tie Bar
Ring: Handed down in the family
Venue: Lumber Exchange
Photography: Des Jardins Studio
Planning: Kismet Events
Florals: Pockets of Posy
Cake: The Buttered Tin
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