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We’re bursting with excitement to share this FIRST LOOK at our new Fall 2018 Issue of Nebraska Wedding Day! Check back next week for more details about our new autumn editorial and to find out how you can get your very own copy!

COVER CREDITS

Photographer: The Eye & Hand Project  /  Venue: The Fountains Ballroom & Vineyard  /  Hair: Eric Burden for BUNGALOW/8 Hairdressing  /  Makeup: Sekara Lorsch for BUNGALOW/8 Hairdressing  /  Pillow + Sheepskin Throw + Teaser Photo Location: Amethyst Home  /  Rattan Bench + Boho Lantern: Nostalgia Rentals  /  Bridal Gown: Hello Beautiful Bridal & Formal Wear  /  Jewelry: Michael Tish Jewelers

 

 

We LOVE this local love story! Let us guide you through the darling highlights, starting at the beginning … What’s better than dinner and a movie for a first date? Answer: A well-executed home-cooked meal (prepared by Sam) followed by a cozy evening of movie watching. No crowded restaurant or theater for these former co-workers – just time to relax and enjoy one another’s company. Well done Sam! So it was no surprise that Sam’s proposal was also home centric. But this time the backdrop was Kaylin’s parents’ acreage – a favorite spot where the couple loved to spend time relaxing and fishing in the private pond. Sam’s romantic plan included a candle-lit path to the pond where he was waiting to propose to the lovely Kaylin! Of course, both families were waiting in the wings to help celebrate. YAY – what fun!

As they planned their wedding day, a few priorities rose to the top of the list. The talented photographers were booked first – The Mullers, check! Then next came the booking of an excellent catering company – Attitude on Food, check! They were then determined to design a day that would be enjoyable for all in attendance. Kaylin chose blush and rose gold with hints of gray, cream and fuchsia to convey their soft and romantic style. It was a classy, relaxed and fun affair – they even gave a nod to that pond from their engagement story with custom fishing-themed sugar cookies that were cute as the dickens! Words of wisdom from this couple … Kaylin recommends that you “plan like crazy and get things booked well in advance. Then once the day arrives, just roll with it and trust that everything happens for a reason.”

 

 

LOCAL VENDORS

Photographer: The Mullers  /  Rings: Sartor Hamann Jewelers  /  Bridal Jewelry & Accessories: Von Maur  /  Bridal Gown: Ellynne Bridal  /  Gown Alterations: Felicia’s Couture Creations  /  Hair: Kaydra Johnson for Fresh Salon + Liz Harris for Mitzi K’s dayspa & salon  /  Makeup: Annie Ratliff for Envy Hair Studio & Spa  /  Menswear: Express  /  Signage, Program + Menu Printing: Eagle Printing & Sign  /  Floral Design + Decor: Petals to Platinum Design and Events  /  Rehearsal Dinner + Wedding Reception Catering: Attitude on Food  /  Cake + Mints: Cindy’s Cakes  /  Custom Sugar Cookies: Kitchen Sink      Bakery  /  Ceremony + Reception Music: DJ JAB  /  Videography: Foster Creative  /  Transportation: Night Life Limousine  /  Guest Accommodations: Residence Inn Omaha West  /  Rehearsal Dinner Venue + Ceremony & Reception Venue: Noah’s Event Venue

 

 

Looking for a fashionable + practical wedding shoe? Consider opting for some ankle-strap heels! With so many varieties of colors, fabrics and strap width, you’re sure to find one that suits your style. Not only will these strappy stunners look GORGEOUS on, but you won’t have to worry about losing a shoe as you flit about on your wedding day!

 

 

 

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We LOVE this organic confetti creation of featuring a herb toss bar at your outdoor ceremony! Opt for either fresh or dried herbs, whatever tickles your fancy – this toss table setup is super simple. Just arrange to have a nearby display set up outside your ceremony site, use a variety of vessels to hold your herbal concoctions, throw in some paper bags/cones and signage so guests know what to do and you’re all set!

 

 

 

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