Sumner Wedding at the Attic
This Sumner Wedding at the Attic was a beautiful day from start to finish. It was especially fun for me because I went to college with the bride, who was as much fun then as she is now. Kelly and Zack got ready at Kelly’s sister’s house, which I must say is beautifully decorated.
There was definitely a 1920’s influence on Kelly’s dress, jewelry, and accessories. It was elegant, sparkly, and oh so classy. I think here is an excellent example of when a bride chooses not to go with the traditional white gown and it works out beautifully. I think the cut, the style, and the color really compliment her. Her choice was spot on, and she looked stunning!
Kelly’s daughter, Ellewyn, is as cute as a button. She’s as sweet as she looks in this photo too.
The boys got ready downstairs in the man cave. Zack’s brother pinned the boutonnière on and although Zack was wary on trusting him with a needle, he did an exceptional job.
I loved their first look because there were two. One reveal was for Kelly and then they did a second one for Ellewyn. I thought that was just so stinking cute and I’ve never seen that before!
We then made our way to The Attic where the ceremony and reception was held.
We had 30 minutes or so for couples shots, but we had to stop at the Stuck Junction Saloon first for a shot of fireball! I love Kelly’s face here!
Since we didn’t have a whole lot of time to explore we used this cool brick wall right next door to the venue.
We then went around to the back of the building where there’s a fire escape stairwell. The area looks like you’d imagine the back of a building would look, but we thought the stairs would be a great place to get creative and turn out some lovely shots.
The ceremony begins!
Dancing ensues! DJ Daron had everyone up on their feet having a good time!
No celebration is complete without CAKE!