Microwedding: Hannah Loves Frankie

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Gold, Saffron, Black & White

A microwedding at the CoLab with a rich and warm color palette. Gold, maple, chestnut accented by black and white set the tone for a stylish and thoughtful celebration. The brides wore attire from Ivory & Ash, both looks by indie designers. One sleek and modern, one a vintage-inspired jumpsuit with pearl beadwork.



The wedding invitation created by Minor Detail, CLE was clean, minimal but with a fun, expectant edge. Designer Jen Krueger incorporated a contemporary handwritten font, white ink on black card. Tucked inside the saffron rsvp envelope is a response card with lyrics from Can I Get a Witness, the song Marvin Gaye made famous released in 1963.


The ceremony space was set up with dark gray-blue velvet benches for guests and modern metal flower stands filled with arrangements of fern, branching greenery, and pale pink garden roses. Megan, owner at Blossom Cleveland created a truly unique arm tattoo of fern and yellow florals as an alternative to a bouquet. 

Megan used texture, almost architectural greenery to transform the space and soften the edges. The vibe was super laid back and easy going. It was all about how the couple felt in the moment and letting their true styles show through.


The room was turned for the reception. A long, dark wood family-style table dressed in gold and wooden candelabra. Black taper candles, cream and white pillar candles, gold luxe velvet, and a modern rug that looks like ink and snow. 

It had the intimacy of home with curated details. 

Make an appointment to see if the CoLab is right for your upcoming celebration!



Photography @clareelizabeth.photography | Linene @cvlinens | Models @hairbystaissa & @ohhhjaylen | Florals @blossomcleveland | Styling @hausofcool_llc | Stationery @minordetailcle | Video @hurleydigitalmedia | Cake @burialgroundsveganbakery | Cake @roodfoodpie | Cake @sweetcosto | Cake pops @jenni_pops | Rentals @thesalvagedboutique



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