An editorial designed specifically for micro weddings, this Peterloon wedding was close to perfection. From the lush florals and overall charm of the estate, its hard not to relive this day over and over again.
As seen on, The White Wren.
New traditions were born this year due to the pandemic, which allowed micro weddings come to the forefront. I recently wrote an article for Belle Lumiere magazine discussing the pros and cons of Micro weddings and how they are reshaping the wedding industry. This article sparked the vision behind this editorial which will be available to read in the May issue of the magazine. However, I would love to highlight this stunning venue located in Cincinnati Ohio.
Having a Peterloon wedding, would allow a couple to experience old estate charm that provokes a classic and timeless feel. The courtyard provides a perfect spot for a ceremony with the grandiose house as the backdrop. Having a micro wedding at Peterloon is always a good idea, however this venue can host up to 250 guests once the pandemic is over for a more extravagant event. I walked around most of the house but didn’t venture off too far because I was worried I would get lost in a home that has 36 rooms! Although the house large in size, the fire places (19 in fact!) offers a warm, cozy and intimate vibe that I fell in love with. This was a perfect spot for the sweetheart table for the couple.
Speaking of our couple, Alex and Keith, (a real couple) were such amazing models to work with. Alex currently works for a news station in Lexington Kentucky and Keith is a personal trainer. Both have such charismatic personalities and not to mention they are stunning! I am so thankful for their willingness to make this shoot happen to help highlight micro weddings as a safe and fun option for couples to utilize during the pandemic.
During my walk around the venue, I found original stationary in one of the rooms that has a drawing of the Peterloon on it. The venue was nice enough to let me incorporate it into the invitation suite. I love the pairing of the old and new. ( See below)
The Peterloon wedding happened only a few days after Cincinnati was hit with a large snow storm. Ashlee, at Eva and Co Events, along with Emily Rose (the florist) took a trip to Peterloon to gather inspiration. Both had concerns due to the courtyard being covered with snow and we worried that the out door ceremony vision wouldn’t come true. Thankfully, on the day of the shoot the skies were clear and it was a gorgeous day. I am so thankful for both of these ladies for making this gorgeous vision come true on such a short notice. I also am incredibly thankful for all of the other vendors involved, especially Peterloon. You can find a full list of all the amazing vendors involved at the end of this post.
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Planning: Eva& Co Events
Florals: Emily Rose Florist
Bridal Shop: Hyde Park Bridal, Pronovias
Rentals: Lost and Found Rentals
Linens: BBJ Linens
Invitation Suite: Jchar Designs
Hair & Makeup: Moxie Makeup
Jewelry: Richter & Phillips
Tux: Generation Tux
Cake: Miam Cake
Videographer: Beyond the Lens Productions
Film Lab: Photovision