Weddings in the midst of CVOID-19 have looked a bit different than in years past. Couples left and right have been scrambling trying to figure out creative ways to turn their larger scheduled weddings and events into more intimate gatherings safe for their friends and families.
For this couple, Kelsey and Nate, they had a whopping 400 person wedding scheduled in Oklahoma earlier last spring. Well, Coronavirus had alternative plans for them. Instead of celebrating with all of their loved ones as plans, they were forced to take hard detour in the opposite direction and scale back their plans significantly. It was no easy task, but they managed.
Kelsey and Nate successfully scaled back their 400 person wedding into an intimate 15 of their closest family and friends.
I have to say, my hat went off majorly to them!
But, in true Angelica & Co. Wedding fashion, we couldn’t just let this be it. So with the help of a team of incredible vendor friends we got to work behind the scenes to make their wedding day as absolutely magical as it could be. Cue in some of our favorites, Springvale Floral, Kir Tuben Photography, Something Vintage Rentals, Calligraphette & Co., and Daniela with The Knot Worldwide. We pooled together an exhaustive list of ideas, schemed and dreamed an intimate Washington, D.C. wedding worth of a fantastic celebration, and created true bliss for one very deserving couple.
Feast your eyes, friends!
Planning & Design: Angelica & Co. Weddings
Floral Design: Springvale Floral Design + Installation
Photography: Kir Tuben Photography
Videography: Daniela McInerney
Rentals: Something Vintage Rentals
Calligraphy & Decor: Calligraphette & Co.
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