Jaelyn is my husband’s niece so it was only fitting for our team to coordinate her wedding. Jaelyn and Ryan were adamant about keeping their wedding in spite of COVID. They lowered their guest count and we re-arranged their wedding so it would take place outdoor. The date was special to them as it was also Jaelyn’s birthday! Jaelyn and Ryan’s wedding had a Boho inspired copper tone wedding and all the colors complimented each other. Pampas and dry flowers are really in right now and Flower Rush did an amazing job bringing Jaelyn’s vision to life.
From our Sr. Coordinator, Lily:
Congratulations Jaelyn and Ryan!
#TeamKDWP took the unexpected time off from a historically busy season to partner up with the Bride and Groom to provide a safe way for guests to attend. Jaelyn and Ryan persevered through moments of uncertainty to keep their original wedding date at the Rose Center. To our relief, they were able to keep the date, cut the guestlist, and utilize the outdoor courtyard to create a quintessential boho chic micro wedding. #SWOON I was impressed by the handmade pottery shapes of vases that the Bride made for Guests to take home! There are too many epic moments to mention; my top 3 would have to be the flowerscapes, a choreographed first dance, and the MOH musical rendition of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana. Thank you Jae and Ryan for allowing me to be a part of your magical day and I wish only the best to you and your micro family. CHEERS!
Our talented Jaelyn made all of the vases lining up the aisle which would double up as centerpieces.
Their dog, Lumpia, walked down the aisle too.
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Pascual!
After the ceremony, we flipped the space into the reception. Absolutely swooning over every little details on this wedding!