Batie & Joes wedding was nothing short from perfect. The weather was delightful, and the details were unique. The feel of the decor for this outdoor wedding was charming and sophisticated with gold, white & blue accents.

      Batie's father was behind the wheel of a vintage 1920's ageless machine. The car's superb condition was no match for Batie's charm & poise, and Joe's presence in his navy blue suit was also striking. It was only fitting to include this 1920's enduring beauty in their wedding because their love for each other is charming and timeless. The whole bridal party arrived in style with classic cars like something out of the Roaring 20's. DYI Gatsby inspired headpieces complimented the ladies elegance.

     Batie & Joe shared an intimate first look. A few good reasons to consider doing a first look is one your make up is fresh and undisturbed from crying or sweating. Second is you can get up to 40% more bridal pictures, and have more time to relax and greet guest after the ceremony. As opposed to taking all the the bridal portraits after the ceremony.

     After satisfying their tastebuds with the splendid nourishment from N.V catering, they partied like a scene out of F. Scott Fitzgerald's Great American novel. Here are a few sneak peaks to get you through this Monday afternoon. Have a Magnificent Monday!   

     



Vendors:

Venue- Las Flores Winery

Event Coordinator- Irma Green ( Simply Chic Events ) 

Photography- Marianne Lucas Photography & Cinematography

Caterer- NV Catering

Entertainment/ DJ- Kevin Rush Entertainment 

Florals- Make it Happen Events

Hair & Makeup Artist- Michelle Nation 

Bridal Gown- Trudy's 


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