Ivey + Andrew’s wedding was a beautiful celebration of the joining of two families. Although they already shared the same last name before getting married.
No, they’re not related, it’s just one of those funny little coincidences that life came up with to give them a sign that they’d found the person they were supposed to be with forever.
The fact that Ivey doesn’t have to change her monogram is just icing on the cake! Although if she had needed to change her name, such a small inconvenience wouldn’t faze her one bit.
Ivey is one of the most down to earth and calm brides I’ve ever met.
While planning the wedding she and Andrew had originally decided on a different venue for the reception, but after a mix up regarding the actual capacity of the space, they were forced to change their venue and their wedding date.
I got an email from Ivey one day casually mentioning the fact that they were going to have to bump up their reception a few weeks, and inquiring about our availability on a few weekends.
No tearful phone call, no screaming about the other venue that completely changed things, just a simple request to let her know which days we would be available to shoot.
That’s when I knew she was special 🙂
On the wedding day we discovered that even with her beautiful Badgley Mischka heels which she wore at all the dress fittings, the dress was too long and almost impossible to walk in.
Armed with a pair of scissors and double sided tape Ivey’s fabulous wedding planner immediately went to work cutting layers of tulle from the bottom of the dress and creating a new hem.
The dress was quickly adjusted, the crisis was averted, and not a single tear was shed throughout the process.
That’s a rock star bride right there!
After the dress situation was resolved, everything else exactly as it was supposed to: with two people in love getting married.
Congratulations Ivey + Andrew! Thanks so much for having us down to Columbus and introducing us to the beautiful RiverMill Event Centre it was amazing!
Ivey honored her late grandmother by pinning her brooch on her bouquet and wearing her ring as her “something blue.”
You know you want to see those moves…move.