There’s something truly timeless about this beautiful wedding at The Oaks Waterfront Inn. We love the bridesmaids draped in soft green hues, simple white, whimsical bouquets, and a bride bedecked in a gorgeous off-the-shoulder lace gown and a classic red lip. And did we mention the stunning, long braid styled by Studio 2 Salon? YES, just yes. Florals from J. Starr’s Flower Barn include a jaw-dropping king protea in the bride’s bouquet for a modern twist, as well as lush greenery with pops of purple draping the ceremony arch and reception tables. If you need us, we’ll be scrolling through this timeless gallery from Sarah Aaron Photography.
From the bride, Lauren: Scott and I met in 2015 while I was attending law school at Georgetown and he was living in DC and working at an architecture firm. Scott was the roommate and close friend of a law school classmate of mine, Josh. A a few of my friends met Scott while attending a party and they immediately told me I had to meet him, as in literally called me from the party to tell me to come over. One of my friends said she just had a feeling we’d be great for one another. We had our first date a few months later, in May 2015, and we’ve been inseparable ever since.
Scott proposed last November at the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Colorado. It was a beautiful moment made even more special by the fact that he planned a surprise party for later that night to celebrate with my friends and family in the area (I grew up in Denver). We married in Royal Oak because Scott’s parents have a home there, we spend a lot of time there when we want to escape the city for a weekend, and it’s a beautiful destination. It was a wonderful wedding day.
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Photographer | Sarah Aaron Photography
Venue & Catering | The Oaks Waterfront Inn
Florals | J. Starr’s Flower Barn
Hair & Makeup | Studio 2 Salon
Bridal Gown/Boutique | Sophia Tolli/Kleinfeld
Band | What’s Next
Stationery | Minted