Katherine’s scrumptious bouquet recipe: venetian roses, green & white hydrangeas, and succulents all tied together with a vintage scarf.
As for their tunes… Prelude: Eyes Be Closed by Washed Out / Processional: Lovers’ Carvings by Bibio / Recessional: New Jack by Justice / 1st Dance: This Guy’s In Love With You by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
Fantastic advice from Katherine: Delegate! So many friends offered to help with manual labor, which helped a lot. While you ultimately have to make the big decisions, let people you trust take care of the rest. Micromanaging is stressful for you and everyone else involved. Also, pick vendors you trust. Studio 1342 is a beautiful space that could fit the number of guests were wanted and our meeting with the owners went so great. They put our mind at ease during the whole planning process. I didn’t want to waste time stressing over things that were out of my control, so I chose vendors that I felt confident could execute our vision, and they all exceeded any and all of our expectations! Lastly, take the time to make some details of the wedding specific to you as a couple. I made it a point to have milk and cookies at the end of the night because that is Mark’s favorite snack. It’s those little things that can really stand out and make it memorable for the both of you.
Congrats Katherine + Mark!
photography: Sweet Little Photographs / venue: Studio 1342 / event coordinator: Lanie Dang / décor and styling: Lanie Dang, Camille Rooney, Kathleen Tran, Sabrina Seik-Ismail / florist: My Le (bride’s mom) / invitations: Mark Ingram / makeup: Dorothy Thi (bride’s sister) / catering: Huntington Catering / event management: TACT / valet: Precision Valet / bride’s dress: Vera Wang / shoes: Banana Republic /earrings: Anthropologie / bridesmaids dresses: Zara and asos / groom’s suit: asos / tie: Etsy / shoes: Vanishing Elephant / groomsmen’s suits: asos / groomsmen’s ties: Urban Outfitters / ringbearer’s attire: Gap Kids / flower girl’s attire: J.Crew