Taryn and Kyle were essentially given a blank canvas with no creative limitations that they could completely customize, and they turned a giant warehouse into an intimate gathering. They built a 20-foot wood backdrop, a unique photobooth, centerpieces, a dessert stand, and their cake topper, and the groom designed the print collateral. They had a food truck, a hot chocolate bar, and their friends made 400 shot glass desserts.
Kyle’s grandmother collected salt and pepper shakers, and there was a set on each table in her memory.
When you choose your venue, remember that it is just as important to love the atmosphere as it is to love the people who work there. You should be given creative freedom, and you should never have to compromise on the details that are most important to you.