The dangerously addictive drug that travel is, it not only becomes a part of your life but You as a whole, if left unnoticed and unchecked. That’s what has wonderfully happened in the case of Haley Hartley (a registered nurse) and Amit Jagarwal (an engineer), whose wedding is a celebration of their love for each other and for Travel.
The theory of a great wedding is it should be about you as a couple and your individuality. Haley and Amit seemed to have nailed it.
Beautifully captured by Stephanie Kozick of Blush Creative Photography, we love this wedding for reasons more than one but categorically because the wedding is soaked in the passionate spirit of Fernweh.
To start with, it is commendable how the industrial room was transformed with deep hues of black and gold contrasted against vibrant pops of purple. The minimalistic flower decoration has a rather uplifting affect to the room.
The décor is mighty travel inspiredJ. The suitcases stacked together makes for an interesting décor prop. We absolutely adored the idea of miniature city icons from around the world as centrepieces. About which Hayley says “We painted the picture of our past year together and our hopes and dreams for our future through our travel-inspired decor .We utilized pieces that typically define places we either had been or want to go to.”
Sometimes when you don’t fuss about too much and relax and bask in the knowing that everything is well. Universe in its own weird ways dazzle and delight you. The florist without having any specific instructions other than of course the colour palette purple; attached a pendant photo of Hayley’s dad to the bouquet. Haley says. “That was the most important decoration to me!”
There couldn’t have been a more appropriate favour than gold compass for this travel based and heart warming wedding. Hayley says “As I handed it to each person I said, ‘The compass is so that you can always find your way home. On my 21st birthday, my father gave me a compass necklace and said the same thing to me. I wanted to pass on the love and guidance my father had shared with me and this act made it seem like my father was there with us.”
We are thrilled to have this enchanting Tennessee wedding featured on our blog.
The pendant photo of brides’s dad on the bouquet, it was like walking the aisle with him.
The good omen that elephant is.
The symbol of love had to be there.
The balloons only have one life, lets make most of it by flying around the world.
The suitcase full of sweet moments.
The compass is so that you can find your way back home.
Let the new journey be sprinkled with much love.
And then there is the vintage clock that seems to be witnessing it all and saving it somewhere in time. After all life is but a collection of moments!
As owner of VENUE, I wanted to thank you for such a beautiful write up on such a beautiful wedding. We are so proud that Haley and Amit chose VENUE at the King’s Centre!
It is indeed a beautiful and heartwarming wedding and your rustic venue adds a definitive character to it.
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