Natasha + George: Vintage Wedding Design at Olde Dobbin Station
Natasha and George won our hearts with their vintage wedding design at Olde Dobbin Station. It might be because of mutual obsession for all the little details or it might be because of the choreographed flash mob and the last-dance-air-guitar drama. It might be because of the tear we shed while listening to the song George sang and wrote to his beautiful bride. It might be because of the stationary branding or it might be due to the love of all of the grooms accessories of pocket watches, argyle socks, and necktie clips. It might have something to do with blues shoes and the most adorable flower girls. It might possibly have something to do with the homemade Italian Pizelles or concluding an epic night with a firework show. But, one thing is for sure, it is definitely because of their warmth and passion for their friends and family. Oh, and Natasha’s daughter stole our heart early on. It could just be a combination of all of the above.
Their vintage wedding design of gray, blush, and ivory was a playground of soft floral, textiles, and warmth. It was centered around the core of family and familiarity along with a little whimsical fun of sunglasses, signage, and a “I love” mantra. The ceremony showcased branded shades, a fan program, and a refreshment station of southern iced tea and lemonade. Their story began underneath a stunning floral ceremony alter filled with baby’s breath, hydrangea, quicksand roses, and peach stock. I suppose we couldn’t have planned it better for the train to roll by and stop, giving respect to the bride and groom. The five 32′ family-style dinner tables highlighted a delicate lace runner to showcase a collection of vintage vases with lace accents along with floating candles and silver chargers with a menu tag prompting the guest to “mangia“, which means to eat in Italian. The lounge and dance area was an inviting space of sofas, chairs, and pillows. Yet, while comfortable, the dance floor was packed for the night with one of the best music sets ever constructed. There is definitely one thing the 80s left us with and that was great a whole lot of great tunes. The conclusion of the event left you wanting more with the sparkler departure and fanfare of fireworks. Dare we say epic?
The photos are truly a work of art as well as the video, both embracing the raw emotion of the day. Everyone should have a wedding video as it really compliments what the photographer captures…it kind of completes the whole story. Please enjoy them both.
Cheers to Natasha + George.
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