MODERN INDUSTRIAL WEDDING
"This modern wedding took place in Colorado at blanc, an industrial space with a grove of trees right in the heart of town. The night was crafted in an industrial farmhouse style—comparable to the pair's home décor. They broke many of the traditional wedding rules to stay true to themselves and celebrate with their favorite people. "We circled what mattered to us and made sure those items were carried through," says AJ. "New traditions were made, old ones were molded, cut, or cropped to create an easygoing, fun, and memorable night that reflected what was special to us."
Meghan has never loved white gowns and didn't feel like wearing one just for the sake of tradition. She knew she wanted to wear navy and reached out to friend and designer Tara LaTour to make her vision come alive. "She let me play around with some looks, but she knew the dress I was going to wear before I even showed up," Meghan says. "She is a visionary and knew me well enough to know what dress belonged with my body and personality. She is my designer spirit animal."
Lana's Shop also painted the placemats that did triple duty as place cards and menus, too. "We had three food trucks and didn't want the tables to feel empty or have paper plates and plastics," Meghan says. "So Lana hand-painted place settings. Even the sprigs of greenery differed by place settings. They became individual pieces of art at every chair."" - Shira Savada
As seen in Martha Stewart Weddings