King Plow Arts Center
February 25, 2017
Photos by Sowing Clover Photography
Brick walls, dark floors and bohemian décor in deep jewel tones set a cozy scene for Kara and Matt’s late-winter wedding at the King Plow Arts Center.
“King Plow offered two beautiful indoor spaces—one for the ceremony and reception and one for cocktail hour. The brick walls and the dark concrete floors make a beautiful backdrop for just about any decor, so we had fun treating the space as a blank slate.”
Organic greenery and a row of glowing candles served as a backdrop for the ceremony. Bridesmaids in navy dresses with embellished necklines and groomsmen in charcoal suits were a polished contrast to the industrial setting. Kara made her entrance in a romantic backless gown with long illusion sleeves by Hayley Paige. Her hand-tied bouquet of deep red and plum strikingly complemented the delicate lace. Surrounded by family and their closest friends, the couple exchanged vows in a personalized ceremony, officiated by Matt’s uncle.
An evening of celebration followed. The reception décor included hand-painted stone table markers, tall centerpieces topped with tufts of greenery and vibrant floral, and a wooden estate table lined with candles and wild blooms in a variety of small bottles. Guests enjoyed a buffet dinner and “his and her” desserts of brownie sundaes and crème brulée. Keeping with tradition, the couple cut into a small chocolate cake with Oreo filling, provided by Bold Catering & Design in addition to dessert.
After a night of dancing and celebration with loved ones, Kara and Matt exited the venue through cheers and a sea of bubbles.