Thursday, March 26, 2015

Vibrant Summer Wedding

There is nothing we appreciate more than a bright pop of color...especially when it comes to weddings! Jessie and Logan made a "pop of color" the main focus of their wedding, as a vibrant color palette dominated their summer wedding decor. Held at the historic West Baden Hotel in Southern Indiana, this grand resort provided a fabulous backdrop for their elegant wedding festivities. Originally built in the 1800's, the resort's design was inspired by the grand European spas and resorts of the early 1900's...very swanky! Combining this elegant location with Jessie and Logan's vibrant wedding colors created one unforgettable night. Join us as we share their colorful wedding day!
West Baden Hotel Wedding
For Jessie and Logan's save the dates, we wanted to highlight their custom wedding monogram and wedding colors: a juicy orange and lime green!
Gold and Orange Wedding Invitation
Jessie and Logan's wedding invitations were the perfect mix of traditional and fun. The invitation itself was printed on ivory paper with gold foil stamping, which gave a nod to traditional printing. To give it a bright pop of color, the reply card envelope and envelope liner were both orange. We absolutely love orange and gold paired together; it's very Tory Burch and fabulous!
Custom Wedding Monogram
Another one of our favorite features of their invitation? The modern die-cut shape of the invite! We also love how prominently the couple's custom wedding monogram was featured on both their invitation and website card.
Orange and Gold wedding party
Congrats to the happy (and adorable) couple, Jessie and Logan! We're so happy we got to be part of your special day!

To see more of Jessie and Logan's vibrant summer wedding, visit their gallery page over on our website!


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1 comment:

  1. My daughter was married here and all our guests said that this is the most amazing vow renewal they've ever been too. I love the dark wood, the beamed ceilings, and the overall sort of great vibe of the building.