Kreisten and Mitchell’s ‘Botanical Meets Urban’ Rainy Detroit Wedding by Rosy and Shaun

I have the most delightful wedding for you today, filled with the most gorgeous ceremony venue, and the most fabulous bright, modern flowers and decoration. Kreisten and Mitchell were married on 30th March 2019 at Belle Isle Conservatory in Detroit. They chose a rainy spring day for their wedding, but their day was far from dreary! Kreisten looks radiant in her BHLDN gown and the whole day is super stylish from start to finish. The botanical themed conservatory ceremony is a gorgeous start to the day, as they carried the reception on in an urban style market venue and filled the tables with amazing blooms and geometric patterns and detailing. I just love the modern, edgy feel to the whole day, big thanks to Rosy and Shaun Wedding photography for capturing it for us.

Rosy the photographer tells us more about the day

Kristen and Mitchell wedding day was on a rainy spring day, we got lucky and the rain held off for a hour for photos. I’m so happy they both took it as if it were nice and sunny. The intimate ceremony was held at the Detroit Belle Isle Conservatory. Later their reception was held at The Rustbelt Market in Ferndale, Michigan. Guests had the chance to shop around during cocktail hour, by the time the evening festivities where ready to start the market was closed and guests where seated in long tables dressed in lush floral center pieces.


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