Amy & Shane’s Wedding Vendors
Take inspiration from their fantastic wedding details:
Photographer, Anna Jones Photography // Ceremony & Reception Venue, Kunzler Studios & Couple's Home // Catering, Cyd’s Catering | Cake or Dessert, Crème Cupcake + Dessert | Floral, Indie Floral | Hair, elevencherry, Lindsey Mollenhauer // Makeup, Vanity & Glamour, Shane // Nails, Salon Spa W, Rian // Bridal dresses, BHLDN, Designer Jill Stuart // Groom's Suit, H3 Custom Clothing (Big love to Hal Wilson) // Son's Suit, J. Crew // Wedding Planner, Defining the Details, Sunni Swarbrick // Alterations, Busy Bee Tailor, Hong | Wedding Band, Josephs, Karen Fitch // Music, Spotify Playlist curated by the Groom with influence from Bride & Guests // Decor + Design, Kunzler Studios + Bride // Hotel, Hotel Renovo // Officiant Groom’s best friend, Aaron Opheim
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An Modern Engagement Story
It was cheesy and meaningful, just the way they liked it.
The location and moment are still debated upon, but Shane and Amy’s love for each other is absolute. This no-nonsense couple dated for 5 years and then decided to make it official, about 3 months later. The couple had grown comfortable in their relationship, and this showed during their engagement. A couple weeks before they got married, Shane “proposed” over a favorite beverage and Netflix show, giving Amy the ring she designed. It was cheesy and meaningful, just the way they liked it. A few weeks later when Shane’s ring came in, Amy proposed the same exact way and they had a good laugh.
Forget Wedding Traditions, Make it Your Own
The wedding was focused around what mattered the most.
Like their engagement their wedding was no fuss, throwing most traditions out the window, to focus on what mattered most, their family and friends. As you could guess, the couple created a very chill, intimate day. They had a small guest list, a cocktail reception before the service, no wedding party, walking down the aisle together. They focused on good food, wine, art, and music to keep the party going. And let’s talk about the food, Chef Cyd picked up on their wedding vibe and treated guests to something fun & new. She created thinly cut steak bites that were served on Himalayan salt blocks. And not only was it yummy, but beautiful!
Mid-Century Modern Wedding Looks
The day was simple, clean and focused on their modern family.
When it came to their attire, the couple knew they wanted something that represented their mid-century modern style. Shane designed a custom suit that could have been straight out of Mad Men, while Amy picked a dress that evoked all things 50’s & 60’s. Simple, clean, truly re-wearable. A friend of the couple recommended the perfect backdrop to fit the couples aesthetic. Kunzler Studios was the ideal venue. It came equipped with beautiful art, modern furniture, and fantastic energy.
The best part of the day for the couple was when they exchanged vows, including exchanging vows with their son, Aiden. They wanted to make sure that he felt included in the wedding celebration. Aiden even told some jokes at dinner, getting the crowd to laugh. (Shane might have helped!)
In classic Amy and Shane fashion, it was clear from the beginning that all they wanted was for everyone to have a good time!