Jenny and Jake

Filed in Wedding  /  December 10, 2021 /

It was such a joy to work with Jenny and Jake (and my fellow dream team of vendors) for their November Wild Carrot wedding!

I first met Jenny and Jake (along with their pup) in person for their engagement session early in the summer, and I knew they’d be a blast to work with them from the start. They are always keeping each other laughing and can rarely be serious. In a good way! I work with a lot of couples, and I can just tell they have a really special connection and will have a marriage filled with a lot of joy.

Jenny and Jake had a beautifully warm wedding day for the season, especially as it was the Saturday after Thanksgiving. We were taking all of their photos sans coats, which was delightfully unexpected. I’m sure especially for their bridesmaids haha

I cannot express how freakin gorgeous their ceremony and reception setup was for their November Wild Carrot wedding. I don’t think I’ve seen Wild Carrot look so beautiful before! If you are wedding planning yourself, I definitely encourage you to look at their vendor team list at the bottom of this blog post. Everyone made it look so beautiful and unique.

Jenny and Jake, mazel tov, friends! I love working with joyful couples just like you who keep us all laughing. It’s so apparent you love one another and are so loved by those that you call family and friends.

Vendor list:

Photography: Jacoby Andrick

Ceremony and ReceptionWild Carrot

Planner: Signed Sealed Delivered Events

Floral Design: An Affair to Remember

Event Styling: Styled and Staged STL

Caterer: The Social Affair

DressAlice in Ivory

Hair and Makeup: Emily Miller Makeup and Hair

Barber: Ahren Pruett

Video: Matthew Jay Films

Band: Lustre Lights

Invites: Unique Moments

Groom Getting Ready: Ritz Carlton St. Louis

Transportation: BEST Transportation

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