Madison + Kyle
(April 29, 2023 in Tri Cities, WA)
Welcome to the Ivory Blog, where dreams become a reality and visions of the perfect wedding come to life. We are thrilled to share with you the story of a truly enchanting celebration that embraced a classic black and white theme adorned with whimsical florals and sparkling disco balls. Our real bride's wedding day unfolded like a fairytale, exceeding all expectations and leaving lasting memories for everyone involved. With meticulous planning over a year and a half, every detail reflected the bride's own Pinterest board, resulting in a breathtaking transformation of her vision into a tangible, unforgettable experience. From the elegantly dressed guests to the nontraditional 10-minute ceremony, this wedding radiated joy and elegance. As the bride herself reflects on her remarkable day, she offers her #1 tip for future brides, ensuring that their special day is as seamless and remarkable as hers. Join us as we delve into the magic and offer inspiration for your own journey toward the wedding of your dreams.
By our real bride, Madison:
What was the vision for your wedding?
Classic black and white with whimsical florals and disco balls!
How did it go the day-of?
My wedding was a day out of a fairytale. I know everyone says that but it’s true! There was so much to be grateful for that day and I’m glad that everyone involved had the best time ever including us. We planned for a year and a half before the big day, and every ounce of that showed I walked into my own Pinterest board! We required all of our guests to wear all-black formal attire and everyone loved getting dressed up and dancing the night away! We did a more nontraditional ceremony 10 minutes in and out which worked perfectly for both of us!
What is your #1 tip to future brides?
My very best tip is to hire a production team. If you’re thinking about it, just do it we had a team of people to help us keep on schedule the entire night! My husband and I vowed to stay together the entire night as well so we could experience the same day and debriefed later about all the stuff that we “missed“!