Emily Barnett and Benson Moore attended the same junior high and high school together, but it wasn’t until freshman year of college, at two different universities, that they realized there was a spark in their friendship. “We first saw each other at a 6th grade church retreat when one of his friends told me he thought I was cute! He’s now a groomsmen,” Emily laughed.
Emily chose to wed and celebrate at the Joule for it’s mid-century modern aesthetic and flair for the arts. She worked with Jackson Durham and Kirstin Rose Events to design and plan a wedding day that “felt like an extension of the Joule.” The bold floral and contemporary design elements sprinkled throughout the ceremony and reception perfectly accented the surroundings. A less modern touch to wedding day was the incorporation of military tradition. From full military uniforms to the saber arch, the couple honored Benson’s military career. Following wedding day, he began flight school so Emily surprised her groom with a Blackhawk grooms cake at the reception!
Emily and Benson’s wedding day struck the perfect note between modern design and traditional sentiment. Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Moore for inviting us to be alongside you through wedding season!
Kirstin Rose Events
John Cain Photography
Ceremony & Reception Site
Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Romona Keveza from Warren Barron
Hair and Makeup