Art Deco Styling : Hannah+Bryan, Part 2

Photos by Krystal Mann, The Collection

Hannah Chitwood and Bryan Trea wanted a relaxed, outdoor country wedding + art deco styling + their beloved Husky Cymber at their side. YES! We can do that! Krystal Mann of The Collection captured some sweet detail and ceremony shots of Hannah and Bryan’s June 13 Cedarwood wedding.

We love the pewter, black, silver and ivory color pallet paired with Hannah’s favorite flower, calla lilies. All white fresh flowers are a classic wedding tradition and crystals and candlelight certainly add drama to monochromatic table design.  Cedarwood’s on-site studio customizes all flowers, decor and design according to our bride’s specifications.  And we love mixing things up a bit!

Sunset ceremonies at Cedarwood are always as stunning in photographs as they are in person. Krystal Mann of The Collection has never failed to deliver dynamite images of Cedarwood weddings.  Hannah and Bryan’s ceremony is lovely. We love!

Thank you Hannah and Bryan, for your inspiring love for each other, your families and your country. We are so happy you had your wedding at Cedarwood with your beloved Cymber at your side. Cedarwood hearts chic chiens!

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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  1. George + Cynthia "Sam" Swiger

    absoultely beautiful !!!

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