Rachel & Quint | Masquerade Ball Wedding at Historic Savage Mill

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Masquerade Ball Wedding at Historic Savage Mill

Rachel & Quint | Masquerade Ball Wedding at Historic Savage Mill

If there is one thing we can be certain of- it’s that Rachel and Quint know how to plan a wedding. Their wedding was nothing short of everything- a totally off-beat, slightly gothic, and perfectly “them” masquerade ball wedding at Historic Savage Mill. Did I mention they served brunch for dinner?

There were black bridesmaid dresses, lanterns in place of flowers, masquerade masks and one emerald bridal gown that is everything one should have in a wedding dress! I ┬ánormally don’t blog details, but there were spider webs at this wedding, and if you’ve met me before- well, you know.

Awesome details, brinner, and amazing dresses aside, nothing quite compares to Rachel & Quint together. They met while studying abroad, in Australia, and soon figured out they are the perfect match. These two are incredibly loved; evident by their giant wedding party! (seriously, do I even know that many people?) There was so much love for these two and I can totally see why.

Oh, and I would like to take this time to make a formal request for all of the slightly-gothic, totally off-beat weddings. Please and thank you.

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Venue Historic Savage Mill
Caterer Putting on the Ritz
Photographer Jennifer Smutek Photography

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