Marigold & Foraged Green Real Wedding

Real weddings hold our hearts, and this one celebrating Allie and David is no exception. We love the meaningful details and heartfelt moments between them and their guests. Designer Keri Ketterer from Always Yours Events shared more of the story behind the moments of this sweet wedding. 

It is such a pleasure to be sharing Allie Grace Runnion and David Jachimiak's curated Anthropologie-inspired and al fresco New England wedding for your review! The combination of love, intention and sentiment incorporated into this bespoke and gorgeous wedding day was magical in so many ways, and I knew that I needed to share it with the Cottage Hill team.

Allie Grace Runnion and David Jachimiak were married in the colonial town of Winchester, Massachusetts this past August 29, 2015. Both the bride and groom are incredibly talented creatives, as Allie is the owner of a graphic design and pattern design company, and David is a multi-instrumentalist musician and University of Miami of Music graduate. When Allie and Dave approached me to plan their wedding, their vision was one that combined boho chic taste, a unique color palette, meaningful elements that epitomized their relationship and a touch of rustic flair to create an al fresco celebration filled with love, meaning and sentiment. With a stellar wedding vendor team comprised of prestigious Massachusetts vendors, along with the couple's own creative talents, we were able to create exactly what Allie and David wanted and more.

The setting for Allie and David's ethereal celebration was Wright-Locke Farm, a fully functioning working farm with acres of rolling hills, a white-washed barn and outdoor corral surrounded by lush grass and wildflowers. The color palette featured shades marigold, foraged green, ivory and gold. All of the bride's attire and accessories were from BHLDN and Anthropologie, which played perfectly into the theme and feeling of the wedding. Allie's bridal bouquet was organic and flowy and comprised of various greens, exotic white blooms and wildflowers. The bridesmaids wore perfectly matched marigold chiffon gowns and carried bouquets tied with french velvet ribbons. The bridal party got ready at the Inn at Hastings Park, a very fashion forward, modern boho chic boutique hotel in the heart of Lexington, MA. Allie and Dave's "golden hour" ceremony took place at Wright Locke Farm on a hill overlooking the acres of land and barn on the property. After an emotional ceremony, guests were invited to dine and enjoy cocktails in front of the white washed barn while the bridal party took photos among the fields and farm with Briana Moore's team. Guests were then all invited to the Corral, an outdoor dining area surrounded by tall grasses and dripping in bistro lights. Tablescapes were carefully curated, incorporating a plethora of bottles in various heights, shapes and sizes filled with over a dozen different species of greens, gold rimmed china and crystal stemware, gold flatware, place cards, marigold linen napkins and old-fashioned caramels as favors. Allie and Dave enjoyed a champagne toast and dinner with their family, and then moved into the gorgeous barn dripping with Edison bulbs for toasts, dancing, dessert and a couple of fun entertainment surprises for their guests!

Wedding Planning by Always Yours Events :: Photography by Briana Moore Photography and Karen Kelly Photography :: Floral Design by 1956 Blooms :: Designer & Stationer, Allie Grace Design :: Venue, Wright-Locke Farm :: Hotel, The Inn at Hastings Park :: Catering by Vesta :: Cake Design & Bakeshop, Crema :: Wedding Gown rom BHLDN :: Bridal Party Accessories from Anthropologie :: Bridesmaid Attire from Banana Republic :: Groom & Groomsmen Attire, J Crew :: Beauty by Mae Michienzie :: Officiant, Jo Maden :: Entertainment by Dave Jachimiak & Band :: Rentals from Peterson's Party Center

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