Tina and Kevin divided up the duties for their destination wedding in Las Vegas. She was in charge of co-ordinating family and friends travelling from far abroad to attend the wedding, while he took care of choosing vendors, venues and the details. They said it not only made sense for them as a couple, it brought them closer together during the process, too. Don’t you love that?
The end result was a personal wedding day at full of those they love most. Their Wedgewood at Stallion Mountain wedding with a rustic fall theme featured a navy and yellow palette and felt fresh and modern. They both did such an amazing job!
Such an amazing team effort from this pair of newlyweds!
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So what’s the best decision that Kevin made while planning their wedding? He says that keeping the guest list around 100 people and having an open bar made for an even more fun and memorable night. I can’t help but agree, people love free booze. And having a videographer present didn’t hurt since Kevin and Tina both agree that the night flew by and they feel like they missed some things during the reception because they were busy talking to everyone. Congratulations Tina and Kevin – the kind of collaboration and communication that you demonstrated while planning your wedding together is inspirational and I am sure that you will have a long and happy marriage!
VENDOR + VENUE DETAILS :
PHOTOGRAPHER . Taylored Photo Memories
CEREMONY + RECEPTION VENUE . Wedgewood at Stallion Mountain Wedding & Banquet Center
Wedding submission via Two Bright Lights