Venue: Olde Dobbin Station
Planning & Coordination: Laced with Grace
Videography: Love Captured Productions
Photography: Kati Hewitt Photography
Hair & Makeup: Etoilly Artistry
Floral Design: F. Dellit Designs
DJ: DJ Dave
Rentals: Love Birds Vintage, Oliver & Penelope, Events to Remember
Cakes: Cakes by Gina
Ceremony Quartet: Kingsland Vocal Band
String Quartet: Third Floor Strings
Jossie and Jacob chose Olde Dobbin Station as the venue at which they’d tie the knot. Olde Dobbin holds an old world charm and industrial elegance that’s truly unique to the retrofitted train station.
The ceremony space was arranged so that the altar was in the corner of the room, which somehow makes the space feel even more open when combined with its high ceilings and bright windows. We elevated the arch the couple rented from Love Birds Vintage with two offset arrangements. One of the drawers in the hutch overflowed with floral. The aisle was lined with candle-lit lanterns, and Jossie’s father, who is a professional vocalist, performed with his group during the ceremony.
Jossie and Jacob chose round tables for most of their guests and a long head table for their wedding party as the focal element of the room. Their round table centerpieces included lanterns with greenery and floral wreaths around the bases, and taper candles with loose greenery and floral.
Now, that head table? It was a showstopper. The table was over 30 feet long and Jossie wanted to use that space for a big impact. We made a custom structure to place atop the length of the tables to create the look of a suspended garden. But it didn’t stop there. We integrated Edison bulbs into the design to give the head table its own glow. Easily one of our coolest head table designs to date.