Elegant Country Club Wedding
On a beautiful fall day, Kristen and Tim said their vows at the gorgeous Crystal Tree Golf & Country Club. As if there decor wasn’t enchanting enough, these dynamic wedding photos captured by Henington Photography truly show the emotion and elegance that was shared with family and friends throughout their special day. You’re guaranteed to smile when scrolling through details, but even more so the precious moments! See some of our favorite photos below!
From the couple: Like most, our wedding was designed to be a celebration. Not just of the two of us and our love for each other, but of all the people in our story and the love they've shared with us. Even more so we were inspired by a celebration of gratitude for all life had brought us together up until that moment, and more still a celebration of all our future will hold. While not spiritual by a traditional sense, our religion is kindness and that along side a culture of love without conditions was all we wanted to incorporate.
From the couple: The inspiration for the florals was to create a romantic garden feeling. The flowers were blush, nude, and soft whites with lots of greenery and some some pops of merlot. Many candles were used to create a warm, romantic glow.
An 'alter' of sorts was created on the golf course using an arbor with garlands and florals attached. This garland along with the bride's bouquet was re-purposed for the sweetheart table. Nearest us, two round tables for our parents + company crowned the room with two tall florals on gold stands. Two long communal tables for the bridal party + significant other's featured long eucalyptus garland, heavy candlelight, and pops of colors with tucked in blooms. The rest of the centerpieces had either low florals to match bride’s bouquet in earthy gold brushed pots or geometric lanterns, layered greenery with tucked in blooms and candlelight.
From the couple: The most anticipated by both of us was the exchanging of our personalized vows and promises. Tim recalls his most special moment to be finally seeing me walk down the aisle. One of my favorite moments was also one of the simplest and least expected. The dynamic Henington duo snuck us outside for a night portrait. After taking a breath of fresh air and peacefully admiring the night sky, we returned together to the reception where the party was well under way, only to pause just outside the doorway. I remember clearly how we stood so confidently arm in arm, leaning on each other, positively beaming while we took in the site of our dearest friends and family gathered in love, laughter, and joy all in support of us as we began our journey as husband and wife.