Lauren Gibler’s flower-filled wedding to Brett Ednie fittingly fell on the first day of spring. The day was full of utter elegance from start to finish and designed by the creative eyes of Jeannie Savage and Todd Events. The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek was filled with bright white and ivory roses, tulips, and hydrangeas. The all white color palette was far from simple and reflected an understated opulence that had all guests in awe as they were taken to their seats.
Lauren walked down an aisle trimmed with floral chandeliers to a wall that boasted thousands of roses and patience flowers – the perfect backdrop for Lauren to become Mrs. Ednie. Her Justin Alexander ballgown swept gracefully behind her as she made her way down the aisle to her groom.
After sealing their “I do” with a kiss, the tent that housed the ceremony was transformed into the reception space complete with the same bright monochromatic color palette and sophisticated touches of contrasting black and gold. Signs of spring were in every detail from the flowers atop the tables to the intricate gold detailing of the cake. The party was electric as the Jordan Kahn Orchestra played all night – not a single guest was in their seat! As the night came to a close, Lauren changed into a beautiful beaded champagne gown and swayed under the flower chandeliers with her groom one last time. It was the most spectacular night and Lauren and Brett lived #ednieeverafter!
Ceremony & Reception Venue
Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Justin Alexander from Gowns of Grace
Adrienne Redman from The Luxxe Look
Brittany Krolk from The Luxxe Look
John Cain Photography
Jordan Kahn Orchestra
Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Luxe Marie Stationery