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Madison & Griffin

Hands down one of the sweetest and nicest couples I’ve had the honor to work with! They were so in love and while Madison was a little on the shy side, Griffin made her light up. When we started to realize the pandemic was going to impact their wedding we had to make some adjustments to the guest list for the wedding ceremony, which wasn’t easy! They were able to still have their closest friends and family gather to watch them declare their love and become one.

The wedding was held at the Garment Factory in Franklin, Indiana. The bride was stunning in her gorgeous cinderella gown with her trusty Bella, the ring bearer dog by her side as she got ready.

They incorporated so many special touches throughout the day. Starting with the gorgeous sign that welcomed guests as they arrived.

The draping and flower arch added to the romantic feel in this industrial venue.

The ladies in the bridal party wore soft hues of pink and the guys sported grey suits.

Due to COVID restrictions the reception was held at a later date in June. The couple and their guests gathered again to celebrate the wedding that had taken place a month before. The reception was full of love and laughter and tears.

The centerpieces were elegant and simple mixture of white roses, pink peonies, and baby’s breath. They used Ball jars as the container which was fitting since that is now their shared last name.

While it wasn’t their original plan, they were able to celebrate their special day twice! I’m so thankful and appreciative to the wonderful vendor team that we worked alongside to bring Madison & Griffin their special day despite the pandemic.

Planning & Coordination: Debonair Weddings

Photography: Dimensions Photography

Venue & Catering: Garment Factory Events

Florist: JP Parker Flowers

Cake: Bethany’s Cakes & Events

Sign: Chrissy Lane Designs

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