“Mike and I both prefer a non-fussy, clean, and modern look, but still wanted it to feel like a wedding and include traditional aspects. We really liked the contrast of the beautiful church, and the more industrial-looking Seven Degrees. In addition to the style of Seven Degrees, we also chose it because it was a blank slate. There were no carpets, curtains, or wall coverings to compete with. We relied heavily on their lighting system to provide the color for the reception. Since we used all white flowers, with the exception of the anemones, and the space is primarily concrete, we didn’t want it to look too harsh or sterile. I also wanted there to be a little femininity mixed in, so we had chandeliers scattered above the dance floor and a few other minimal crystal accents.
One of my favorite moments was having my cousins sing during our ceremony. The In-N-Out truck at the end of the night was definitely a close second! Overall, it just turned out to be an amazing celebration with our family and friends, everyone had a blast and that’s what we wanted.”- Jennifer Hooper
Photography by: Troy & Aimee Grover | www.troygrover.com
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