This corona wedding combines all the best moody and boho chic details into a romantic scene that we’re captivated by! With all the craziness of planning a wedding in this time, what truly mattered to this couple was getting married to one another, no matter what shape or form it was in. Kathryn and Mathieu always joked during wedding planning that “if all else fails we’ll get married with our parents and sister and that’s what matters” – fortunately, their joke was the truth in how they really felt, as that’s exactly what ended up happening for their corona wedding day! Romance was definitely in the air, as the gardens of Artspace111 provided the perfect setting for their intimate and personal wedding ceremony. Moody, boho chic details of soft blush and ivory florals paired with pampas grass, wicker baskets and a lovely Persian-style rug made for a beautiful altar for Kathryn and Mathieu to say their “I Do’s” in front of their seven wedding guests. While this day was nothing how originally planned, Kathryn and Matthew wouldn’t have done it differently, as it was perfectly special and personal in every way imaginable. Scroll to read this couple’s full story, and to see their moody, boho chic celebration at Artspace111. Cheers!
Photo // Honey Rose Photo
From the bride: “COVID-19 became very real and impactful about 10 days prior to our wedding. Over the course of those days, we quickly moved through five different plans of what our wedding day would look like, and then ultimately down to our immediate family with a private ceremony and a delayed reception. Mathieu and I had always joked that ‘if all else fails we’ll get married with our parents and sister and that’s what matters,’ and surprise – that’s what happened! Nothing was going to stop us from saying ‘I do’ to 3/21 and becoming husband and wife. Having to make the tough decision with regard to how to proceed with our wedding forced us to evaluate what was truly important about the day. Our parents, Mathieu’s sister and our officiant and his wife joined us for the event. In the end, I think it panned out perfectly for Mathieu and I. We were able to soak in the ceremony, the significance of our vows and intimacy of doing so with our immediate families. It was so special and personal. And now, come reception time, we’ll be able to focus our attention on being present with our loved ones and celebrating alongside them for the entirety of the weekend.”
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