South Shore Pavilion Wedding: Karly & Ross!
Karly and Ross put together an amazing South Shore Pavilion wedding, but they didn’t do it alone. “Without Karly’s family, we would not have been able to pull this off. Between the planning meetings, coordinating the decorations, and decorating our venue, they were an incredible help. We are blessed to have these amazing people in our lives,” Ross explained. It’s true. Not only is a wedding a celebration of a couple but also the start of a new family as well. It’s a great feeling to take a step back on your wedding day and recognize all the love that got you there in the first place.
We often feel that if a couple can make it through the wedding planning process together, they will be in a great position to navigate life together successfully. There are so many choices and logistics to work through on the way to the altar and a new life together that many emotions can get stirred up. “Karly and I had a lot of planning decisions to make throughout our 2-year engagement. By thoroughly discussing them and vocalizing what was important to each of us was crucial. Understanding what the other person truly has their heart set on and roughly estimating the cost to make it happen was helpful to us,” Ross continued. But, in the end, it’s about letting go and living a very special day. “Karly and I eventually got to the point where we could no longer plan or confirm anything that was going to happen on our wedding day. Whatever happens, happens but we took a deep breath and decided together that nothing was going to ruin our wedding day memories. And luckily, it worked!”
When you have 200 of your favorite people in the world gathering in the venue of your choice with food, booze, and music to boot, it’s hard not to enjoy that. “The venue was awesome. It was such a beautiful and open space with a breathtaking view of the lake. The music was perfect and had everyone on the dance floor the entire night. The family style food felt as if we were just having our family over for a big family dinner. We had all kinds of different vintage place settings and the decor had a vintage, bohemian feel. My aunt made homemade baileys and we can’t forget about the late night Toppers, which was a huge hit! I could probably go on and on. We loved every single person that was there and are so grateful they were able to help us celebrate our love. We could not have put together such an amazing day without each and every one of them. Our goal was to throw an unforgettable party and we hope we nailed it…at least we thought we nailed it! ”
Trust us, they nailed their South Shore Pavilion wedding. Actually, see for yourself. The proof is in all these images!
Simma’s made these amazing cupcakes and Ball & Biscuit Catering provided the tasty morsels for dinner.
Thanks to Sound by Design, the lighting and music rocked!