A stylish update to barn weddings at the Cottage Farmhouse in Glencoe.
Bohemian Wedding Turns into Late-Night Party
Danielle and Jared got engaged at Yellowstone National Park at Morning Glory hot springs. The bride's family was along on the trip, and everyone got to celebrate together. Shortly after Danielle said yes, wedding planning began. The couple landed on a color palette of white, burgundy, butterscotch, peach, lavender, taupe and mustard, with gold, copper and blue accents. This varied color scheme came together through abundant florals and cohesive bohemian decor like a cowhide rug, wicker furniture and Letterfolk signs.
The bride's bouquet stood out as one of the featured pieces. "Kindred Blooms created everything I dreamed of by using local, organic flowers," says Danielle. "But the most special piece was ivy in my bouquet that was in my mom's wedding bouquet 33 years ago. My grandma kept the ivy alive from my mom and dad's wedding so someday it could be used in their daughter's wedding. Now the responsibility is on me to keep the ivy alive."
From getting ready in the bridal suite to the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception, the wedding moved seamlessly through the space at Rolling Ridge Wedding and Event Center. By the end of the evening, guests were enjoying cotton candy, a photo booth and a bonfire, turning the special day into the party the couple had always dreamed of.