Ali and Quinn's pup, Brady, even took part in the ceremony, serving as the ring bearer.
The bride envisioned a semi-rustic wedding with natural accents, greenery and bright florals, romantic lighting, and a touch of glamour. Working with a neutral color palette, planner Haley Kelly leaned heavily on texture, mixing linens and other fabrics to create a look that’s refined yet relaxed.
Prairie & Sage designed the wedding suite. For a unique textural element, they incorporated bark paper, while botanical stamps added a natural touch.
In the reception tent, elegant draping and a mix of hanging lanterns and chandeliers helped achieve the semi-rustic and glam aesthetic. The various textures, neutral hues amid pops of greenery, and a harmonious arrangement of traditional sit-down tables and lounge furniture created a breathtaking and welcoming environment.
Runnymede Plantation proved an ideal venue for the wedding, allowing guests ample room to spread out around the thousand-year-old oak tree, beneath which Ali and Quinn exchanged vows.
The table settings featured beautiful floral embroidered tablecloths from Nüage Designs, plates that mimicked the bridesmaids’ green gowns, letterpress menus, and tall centerpiece vases of flowers. The couple dined privately under the oak tree, which gave them a few moments of privacy to bask in wedded bliss.
Custom hand sanitizers and masks and red silicon bracelets to denote a preference for social distance were available to guests. The night closed with a sparkler send-off, but not before guests got to enjoy late-night chocolate and Kahlúa milkshakes on offer.