They say that all good things are worth waiting for. And Heather and David’s wedding at Chateau Lill was filled with SO. MUCH. BEAUTY that it was definitely worth the wait!
Heather and David started planning their wedding in 2019 with the anticipation of tying the knot in the summer of 2020. But like so many others, covid-19 derailed their plans. Heather and David remained patient and flexible, however, and held on to the vision for their big, festive wedding. They say that the third time is a charm and third date Heather and David chose for their celebration was the one that finally stuck. On June 20th, 2021 they finally, finally got to have the amazingly beautiful enchanted wedding they had envisioned from many months ago.
Heather and David’s wedding was definitely one for the books! It was the first wedding where I used a scissor lift during installation. If you’ve never driven a scissor lift it’s one part fun and and two parts stressful, especially when you are on a timeline with people and things to watch out for. But, I managed to drive it well enough and got all the greenery installed in the tent. And just like that the tent at Chateau Lill was turned into a magical space. Heather and David’s warm, colorful, and quirky personalities were reflected in the decor and the energy of the their wedding day, from Heather’s gorgeous red dress, to David’s top hat, to the labyrinth in the wine cellar, to the colorful flowers.
A big shout out to Rebecca of New Creations Weddings for leading the wedding vendor the team through the rescheduling and ever-changing event protocols of the pandemic. Thank you to Jenn of Jenn Tai & Co for sharing her amazing images.
Venue: Chateau Lill
Planner: New Creations Weddings
Photographer: Jenn Tai & Co
Florist: Holly Yee Floral Architecture
Cake: Honey Crumb Cake Studio
Hair & Make-Up: On Site Beauty by Brooke
Catering: Herban Feast
Paper Goods: Sablewood Paper Co