See the couple’s engagement photos, which were on their save-the-dates, on our blog, The Wedding Row.
Bridesmaids carried single proteas down the aisle.
Funky, unique, and naturally cool, the effortless look of this bar topped with exotic flora and shibori linens epitomized the wedding décor. “It truly felt like a reflection of the two of us, one that we were able to share with those we love most,” Kaitlin recently wrote. “Simply put ... BEST DAY EVER.”
The extra large rattan shades over the head table answered the couple’s request for a laid-back coastal vibe.
Grasses, pods, and leaves teamed with fluffy blooms for a foraged look.
Jim Smeal, a longtime friend of Allan’s family, was given free design rein and one request: Include some Funfetti-esque sprinkles in the layers. As a late-night chaser, Allan’s favorite Klondike Bars were also served. The connection? Kaitlin’s father brought him loads of the ice cream treats while his son-in-law was in the hospital.
A wall punctuated with tropical leaves made up the bandstand backdrop. The last song of the night was “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey, which had everyone on their feet.
Windy conditions meant the couple couldn’t shoot confetti cannons at their ceremony as planned. Their planner surprised them by setting them off when the newlyweds were introduced at their reception