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A Crystal Mountain Resort Wedding in Thompsonville, Michigan

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Makenna & Jared in Thompsonville, Michigan
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Makenna wore a pair of light brown leather heels with gold heart embellishments.
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The bridesmaids wore their own dresses in soft shades of cream and blush pink.
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The flower girls wore lace and linen dresses that had a bohemian look and accessorized with flower crowns made from baby's breath.
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Makenna and Jared gathered with family and friends at the Michigan Legacy Art Park for an intimate woodland ceremony. Guests looked on from unique amphitheater seating as the couple exchanged vows under a log gazebo-like structure.
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Hanging mason jar lanterns hung from the rafters of the log gazebo adding a whimsical touch to the ceremony decor.
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For a romantic look, Makenna wore a flower crown made from white roses and baby's breath.
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Makenna and Jared decided on a rustic, woodland vibe for their reception decor. They lined the tables with red flannel table runners and centerpieces made from logs, red kerosene lanterns, and unique props like water canteens and miniature pine trees.
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Each table was marked with a small slate square table number and a unique woodland inspired name like "Up North."
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The couple made their exit down the mountain on a chairlift.
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The couple had four cakes in total. Each cake was two tiers with white buttercream frosting and an animal cake topper. The cakes were displayed on log cake stands and were surrounded by baby's breath and sprigs of pine.

Makenna & Jared in Thompsonville, Michigan

Makenna and Jared's wedding had a totally unique, woodland vibe. The couple exchanged vows in the wooded Michigan Legacy Art Park, which was followed by a rustic reception with a outdoorsy theme (think: Flannel table runners, camping props and wood accents) that celebrated the natural beauty of the northern Michigan locale.
- Libby MacCarthy
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