The word is, according to an ancient Japanese legend, if you fold a thousand paper cranes will be granted a wish by the gods. Some other legends say you are granted happiness and eternal good luck. Either way, the thousands of paper cranes this bride folded (ALL ON HER OWN) for their wedding certainly did something!
The venue you see here in these photos was NOT their original venue. Just over a month before their wedding, when the bride was starting to reach out to the first venue about some questions, they acted as if she wasn’t on the books; even though the bride had a contract with them. The bride was not digging their attitude and instead of arguing back and forth to make this wedding happen at this venue, she hunted for new venue and had this one booked in no time flat. Origami cranes working their ancient Japanese magic? Maybe!
PHOTOS// We Choose the Moon Photography website | facebook | instagram
VENUE// O’Shea’s (Downtown) website | facebook
HAIR (Bride)// Heather Byerly, Made Salon facebook
MAKEUP// Nicole Grote, Artistry HD website
HAIR, BEARD (Groom)// Spanish Fly, Benny website | facebook | instagram
BARTENDER & CATERING// O’Shea’s (Downtown) website | facebook
CAKE// Sweet Surrender website | facebook
DJ & OFFICIANT// The Party Stage website
DRESS DESIGNER & BOUTIQUE// Made With Love website, stillwhite.com LINK
ALTERATIONS// Michelle Thomas Alterations website | instagram
JEWELRY// SSD jewelry (earrings) website, Na Hoku (rings) website
TUX// Men’s Warehouse website
BRIDESMAIDS// David’s Bridal website
FLOWERS// DIY by Bride
CAKE TOPPER// DIY by Bride
PLANNER & DAY OF COORDINATOR// Jessica, O’Shea’s (Downtown) website | facebook
PAPER CRANES// DIY by Bride
SPECIAL THANKS// Ceremony Arch made by Mother & Father of the Bride
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Awesome inspiration for the day. Thanks for sharing!