Andy & Elise – these two know how to throw one heck of a party!! Their industrial wedding in Deland at the Artisan Alley Garage was as elegant as it was joyful.
They began the day at the Historic Artisan Downtown Hotel where Kristy’s Artistry Design Team did a stunning job with Elise’s airbrushed makeup and Up-Do. Elise wore an ivory beaded, a-line Maggie Sottero dress. After a sweet first look we got to see the amazing Artisan Alley Garage transformation by Joe Hearn Events. Fun fact: this is just one door down from Persimmon Hollow Brewing Co. which is owned by Andy and his groomsman Rob. The ceremony space was filled with gold chiavari chairs, white and green floral arrangements, and the sweet sounds of the Classern Quartet. After I do’s it was time for some brews! The party got started by non other than Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel. Andy surprised Elise with this for their first dance. Not only was the band Sister Hazel a huge part of Andy’s growing up, but also their first concert together. So who better to have sing their first dance song than the guy who wrote it? Our DJ Rocks kept the party going after dinner. Guests also got to enjoy Phos Photo Booth.
We snuck out at sunset for some fun along Georgia Ave and to of course soak up the last little bit of golden light.
Videography by Bahia Films
Beverages by Persimmon Hollow and Centro Tea Co
Photography by yours truly Native Expressions
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