There’s something timeless about a wedding with clean lines, minimal details, and white blooms. Laurel and Brian’s big day at Davis & Grey Farms gives us just this with its seamless, minimal, and modern design. Laurel and Brian met their freshman year of high school, playing cello in their orchestra. However, it wasn’t until the end of their senior year that Brian asked Laurel on a date. The couple made their long-distance relationship during college work, which led to Brian proposing to Laurel in his parent’s backyard. Laurel said, “I was completely surprised. I distinctly remember telling Brian the night before the proposal (b/c I thought we were just going on a date) to NOT propose to me. But he did anyway, and I, of course, said yes!”
Laurel and Brian’s minimal modern wedding at Davis & Grey Farms is clean, classy, and will never be out of style. Laurel began her day getting ready with her bridesmaids. Tease To Please Hair and Makeup got Laurel’s bridesmaids all glammed up to glow while walking down the aisle. The emotions set in for the couple the moment they both locked eyes on each other. Brian looked dashing in a tux from Generation Tux that we know gave his bride butterflies when she laid eyes on him. After the two officially became husband and wife, it was time to celebrate with food, dancing, and drinks from HD Liquid Catering. The couple’s favorite part of the night was ending it with Taco Bell at midnight. It sounds like the best night ever to us! Keep scrolling to see more details and read a special note from the bride. Cheers!
One Thing Laurel and Brian Learned Planning their Wedding:
“It takes a village. Choosing the right vendor means choosing people who not only offer a great service but also are decent and caring human beings. We couldn’t have gotten to and through the day without our community and our vendors!”
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Other Local Vendors: Generation Tux, Davis & Grey Farms, Heather Thompson Photography, Farmhouse Cakes & Cookies, Five Star Event Services, Olive Grove Design, Inkredible Sounds, Pastor Paul Kim, the candid camper, Daniel K. Films, Creative Events & Designs, Jessica J Beauty