Adrienne & Trey :: Married! :: The Barn at Lloyd's Dairy Wedding Photos
Adrienne & Trey's Day of the Dead inspired wedding was one of the most fun we have had this year. I mean they had a taco bar and donuts!!! Can you get much better? Both Adrienne and Trey were just so stress free the entire day. They were just enjoying being in the moment and enjoying the fact they they were marrying the love of their life that day. It was a little bit chilly, but that is what would be expected in November, but at least it wasn't raining. Adrian and I had such a great time getting to know Adrienne and Trey throughout the entire planning process. Since the first day we met and Adrienne shared her vision for their wedding with me I knew this was going to be a great day. Having a Day of the Dead wedding it could be easy to go over the top with a "theme" but Adrienne's decor was just right. I loved all of the bright colors and of course the tacos. I just wish hot chocolate would have fit into the theme because towards the end of the night it was a bit brisk, lol.
Congrats Adrienne & Trey! Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your special day!
Keep reading to hear more about Adrienne and Trey's special day from the couple themselves as well as to see a few of our favorite images.
Venue: THE BARN AT LLOYD'S DAIRY // Caterer: CHRONIC TACOS // Dessert: DUCK DONUTS // Florist: THE FAUX BOUQUET // DJ: DJ TRIPLE B
What was most important to you when planning your wedding?
That we were going to have the best time with all our family and friends, no matter how the day went
Why did you choose your wedding venue?
Ben Lloyd is a family friend and Trey grew up in Efland. There's such a special significance to having our wedding day there.
Describe the ceremony, what made it unique/special
Adrienne's brother Sean was our officiant and it was an honor to have him up there with us. He did a great job.
What is your favorite memory from your wedding?
Hearing each others vows. And dancing!
What was the inspiration behind your wedding theme/style?
I have always had a infatuation and respect for Mexican culture and tradition. Dia de los muertos is an amazing celebration of life and death. I thought it was appropriate to bring all our loved ones to our wedding day including those that would only be there in spirit.
Now that your wedding is done, tell us something that all those Brides-to-be out there should know.
Take it all in stride and just remember, at the end of that day, you'll be married