Chloe and CJ didn’t go overboard on the extras or the details, the little touches were minimal but the perfect amount of edgy and personalized.
The guys were married in October at Growing Hope Market Place, a farmer’s market in Ypsilanti, Michigan, while a restaurant across the street was transformed into the perfect spot for the reception. They wanted their wedding to feel authentic and raw, and to be comfortable on their day, and to wear and act however they felt best!
The bride looked vibrant and bad ass in her polka dot embroidered dress and his distressed black denim vest. The groom was wearing usual casual outfits he can rock every day. The bridal party rocked their eclectic self-selected attire featuring florals, honeycombs, lobsters, some Budweiser logos and one epic sequin jumpsuit! I totally love the bride’s mom outfit: a black top, a grey feather maxi skirt and a statement necklace.
Although they spent more than double the budget they initially set, both Chloe and CJ agree that it was the most perfect day. As for decor, they were surprisingly thrifty by not having things like centerpieces and extra decorations, the bridesmaid wore their own chose of outfits and they didn’t carry bouquets.