• Brooke Ellis

Black and White Affair at The Glass Factory in Jacksonville, Florida

I so enjoyed working with Michelle and Nick and all of our meetings over cocktails and wine! They were both two lawyers in love wanting to throw the party of the century, and that they surely did! The couple chose The Glass Factory, an electric and open venue that fits perfectly with their black-tie affair. The shades of black, white and silver popped beautifully at the venue. The touches of greenery and beautiful bouquets designed by Parkers Events tied the look together seamlessly! Guests feasted on a delicious assortment of food. Cocktail Hour included a Mac and cheese station from Chef's Garden, charcuterie boards from Grater Goods, and biscuits from Maple Street Biscuit Company. Guests ate a delicious plated meal from Chef's Garden that ensured no one left hungry! The Chris Thomas Band had the guests dancing for hours as they played everything from old throwbacks to covering new hits! Meagan Gaines and LW Film and Photo were there to make sure every moment was captured perfectly! Guests had a blast putting on temporary tattoos that featured the couple's faces and recording video messages to the couple in the photobooth provided by Shutterbooth.

It was such an honor to be a part of the start of Michelle and Nick's marriage and I can't wait to see what the future has in store for them!

Partial Planning: Yay Day Events 

Photography: Meagan Gaines Photography

Band: The Chris Thomas Band

Florals: Parkers Events

Catering/Bar: Chef's Garden Catering and Events

Hair: Solstice Salon and Boutique

Makeup: Paulina Perez

Bridal gown boutique: Debra's Bridal Shop

Cake: Sweet Theory Baking Co

Rentals, Bars, and Linens: Southern Charm Rentals

Videography: LW Film and Photo

Photobooth: Shutterbooth Jacksonville

Cocktail Hour Food: Maple Street Biscuit Company

Cocktail Hour Food: Grater Goods

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