Fixer Upper fans, today is your lucky day because this wedding at The Atrium is chock full of Chip and Joanna vibes! After their original venue abruptly closed, Emily and Jared had just two weeks to find a replacement space to host their celebration. The simple and modern vibes of The Atrium were the serendipitous perfect match for the couple’s clean style. A color palette of slate blue, white, and black set a soft tone while tons of fresh greenery brought a little bit of nature indoors. Personalized mason jars for each guest, chalkboard and wooden signs strewn throughout, and a few farmhouse decor pieces rounded out the homey details. The most touching of all though was the wooden cross the bride’s father had custom made to stand as a backdrop to the couple’s vows. All in all, this wedding was rustic, chic, and focused on what really matters – two people in love! See the heartfelt day from the perspective of Jenna Hidinger Photography!
About the Couple
They met at Grace Community Church, where Jared helps lead worship! They had been together for about two years before the wedding.
About the Wedding
The look of the wedding was modern and simple. The bride incorporated a lot of greenery into her decor, and the main color was slate blue. There were lots of “Chip and Joanna Gaines” feels throughout the ceremony space, cocktail hour space, and reception space!
From the photographer…
One of my favorite moments actually happened before the wedding day – but its was one that set the tone for the entire week leading up to the wedding, and even the wedding day itself! Emily and Jared were one of the couples displaced by closing of Noah’s Event Center and they had only TWO WEEKS to find a new venue. Could you imagine?
About a week before the wedding, I talked with Emily over the phone, and I asked her how she was doing. She told me, “I don’t want this to define our wedding day. We’re still getting married, and that’s what really matters.” That HIT me. Both Emily and Jared had such a clear perspective on what truly mattered when it came to their wedding day, and they refused to let this be something that put a damper on one of the very best, most important things: two being joined as one.
On the wedding day, one of my favorite moments was when Emily, Jared, and both sets of parents prayed together during the ceremony in front of the cross that Emily’s dad had made to be the ceremony backdrop. It was an emotional, incredibly sweet moment that brought tears to my eyes!