Natalie and Aaron

Filed in Wedding  /  December 10, 2020 /

Today I am sharing Natalie and Aaron’s Moulin and Palladium Saint Louis wedding!

And wow time to dust off the ole blog, phew! Between busy season and raising a toddler and house hunting, blogging was on the back burner. Which is fine because that means all of my clients were well taken care of.

Wow, Natalie and Aaron’s St. Louis wedding was a DREAM! These two hired some of my absolute favorite wedding vendors in St. Louis, and they all created a GORGEOUS wedding. Included in this dream wedding was drool-worthy food and, most importantly, a super fun, sweet couple.

We started the day at the new Live! by Loews hotel downtown for the two getting ready. That hotel has some spectacular natural light which this photographer was SO happy about. I loved spending time with Nat and her girls as they celebrated with champagne while my second shooter hung with Aaron and his guys.

Before the party started, they had a ceremony at Moulin with gorgeous arrangements by An Affair to Remember. The party was held at Palladium Saint Louis, and this was my first time shooting there. I couldn’t believe the transformation that was made. I mean there was a FREAKING PERGOLA OVER THE DANCE FLOOR. Like it was insane and amazing. I think I took nearly a hundred detail photos LOL

Natalie and Aaron, you two are so kind and fun to work with, and it was an honor to be your photographer! xo

Moulin and Palladium Saint Louis wedding vendor list:

Photography: Jacoby Andrick

Planner: Allissa Reimer with Altar’d Events

Ceremony: Moulin Events

Reception: Palladium Saint Louis

Hotel: Live! by Loews

Floral Design: An Affair to Remember

Hair and Makeup: Eye Do STL

Cookies and Catering: Butler’s Pantry

Dress: All Who Wander – Finn Gown

Tux: Indochino

Band: Alexander Ruwe Music

Transportation: STL Party Bus

Invitations: On Three Designs

Photobooth: Everyday Elegance Photo Booth

Decoration Rentals: Exclusive Events and An Affair to Remember

Second Photographer: Tara Pattengale

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