WIDE OPEN SPACES: “The beauty of the Island House pretty much dictated the design of the wedding
” says Kiosha. “We wanted everything to be very open in order to celebrate the land and the river views.”
HELLO THERE: Guests were greeted with ceremony programs printed by Studio R.
WALK THIS WAY: “We both knew early into our relationship that we had found ‘the one
’” says the bride. “We ate dinner together every evening and openly talked about our faith and our dreams for the future
” she says of their courtship.
WELL PLACED: Cobalt and pewter-colored linens from EventWorks dressed the square reception tables. For centerpieces
Judy Johnston of Engaging Events submerged orchids in tall glass vases.
SMELL SOFTLY: The couple took guests’ (and Joseph’s!) allergies into consideration and chose scentless or nearly scentless blooms.
A TOUCH HERE
A TOUCH THERE: A “sea oat” pattern
first introduced via the invitation suite