Ara and James tied the knot in the Distillery District on a gorgeous spring day and Airship 37 proved to be the perfect choice for their rustic wedding.
From the Bride: When we went to go check out the venue, as soon as we walked in, we knew it was the perfect venue for us. It was cool, rustic and just super fun. I loved that it had huge garage doors as the entrance, allowing a ton of natural light to shine through.
Planned with the help of Lucy Park, this wedding features an elegant colour palette of white, grey and green complimented with stunning gold accents. The talented Jacqueline James captures all of the day’s magical moments!
From the Bride: I probably tried on 100 dresses. When I first pictured my wedding dress in my head, I wanted something very simple, no lace, no bedazzle, no heavy detailing, just something flowy and casual. I ended up choosing a lace dress with a low back and long train. Not that I had the whole, “THIS is my dress!” moment, but I felt like a bride, and most importantly, myself in the dress I choose.
From the Bride: We wanted to keep our reception very “chill”. We wanted all our family and friends to soak in these special moments with us, and just enjoy the night. There was a lot of dancing and drinking going on. It was exactly what we wanted!
Lush greenery gorgeously complimented the venue’s wooden backdrop and string lights, creating a rustic-yet-sophisticated look for the couple’s reception. We love how the simple centerpieces made up of greenery and white florals by Dawn Dust Florals add a chic touch to the classic white-and-grey table settings. Putting a twist on the classic dessert choice, guests enjoyed a delicious Krispy Kreme donut wall. Everyone in attendance danced the night away, inside AND outside, to the tunes of DJ Jug E.