This New Year's Eve wedding is nothing short of magical! Jenna and Patrick planned an outdoor wedding and reception however due to the weather they had to move their wedding indoors at the last minute. Luckily they had an amazing vendor team who not only transitioned the reception indoors but also stayed true to the theme Midnight Garden Party and made it even more magical than we could have imagined. We also love that this NYE wedding strayed from the traditional black and gold color scheme and instead had a color palette of emerald green and light pink! Keep scrolling to see lots of save worthy wedding inspiration
All of the beautiful photos you'll see throughout and the film are by Matrimony Media. Amy Kuchta of Intertwined Events planned every detail and To Be Designed created all of the amazing florals. You can see all the images in the full gallery.
When some last-minute wild weather forced Jenna and Patrick to bring their New Year's Eve wedding indoors, they were afraid the worst had happened. Being able to secure a last-minute tent in a post-covid world was nightmare enough - let alone Jenna had never once pictured their reception that way. With a little bit of trust and some excellent work by an outstanding vendor team, the Midnight Garden Party was still a go! Since the couple was to wed during the day, the bride wanted their decor to reflect that - airy during the day and then able to transition into the later hours. Wanting to steer away from the traditional, solely black-and-gold feel that often comes with a New Year's Eve wedding, Jenna and Patrick brought in emerald green and light pinks to lighten everything up and used gold only as an accent. The twinkle-lit indoor garden we are left with was truly a showstopper. As many covid brides can relate, there were some bumps along the way. But at the end of it all, Jenna said herself, "even when you really feel like there is absolutely no possible way, it will work out, and your day will turn out so perfect that you can laugh at any and all prior tears as part of the journey.
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