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A Formal New Year's Eve Wedding in St. Louis, MO

  • Leigh Miller Photography
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Kendra & Chris in St. Louis, MO
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Kendra's bouquet (of white, ivory, and blush blooms) was wrapped in fabric from her great-grandmother's wedding dress.
Bloomin' Buckets
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Playing off the sparkling details on her dress and veil, Kendra went with glittery silver pumps-perfect for a New Year's Eve soiree!
Christian Louboutin
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Kendra designed the letterpress invites, which featured classic black-and-white hand calligraphy. A subtle peacock-hued edge and gold-foil-striped envelope lining added hints of whimsy.
The bride for Cheree Berry Paper
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The programs included  mini packets of confetti  for guests to toss as  the newlyweds walked  back down the aisle.
The bride for Cheree Berry Paper
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A combination of soft room lighting and candles placed along the aisle created a romantic ambience during the evening ceremony.
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Champagne bottles were labeled with guests' names and doubled as a fan postceremony surprise.
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On each page of the sign-in book, mini envelopes prompted guests to write fun messages.
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Tables topped with white linens and red centerpieces filled the regal ballroom.
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Bold red, orange, and pink blooms packed a vibrant punch in the white space.
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A calligrapher handwrote the menus, which were then copied onto peacock-colored cards, stamped with gold foil confetti and placed on white chargers.
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Feminine sugar flower petals cascaded down the four-tiered, round fondant cake.
The Ritz-Carlton
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French macarons were served up as a late-night treat for guests.
Munchers Bakery; Missouri Bakery
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From festive party hats to noisemakers, the New Year’s Eve theme added another layer of excitement to the couple’s nuptials.
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The DJ played pop and hip- hop music, moving the bash well into the new year. “He kept the party on the dance floor all night!” Kendra says.
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Kendra & Chris in St. Louis, MO

The Bride Kendra Craig, 25, a graphic designer at Cheree Berry Paper The Groom Chris Landrum, 25, a district sales manager at Dot Foods The Date December 31 Kendra and Christ knew exactly what kind of mood they wanted to set for their New Year's Eve nuptials: fun and playful. They incorporated festive hues, link pink, peacock, and Tiffany blue, and livened up the celebration with confetti and sparkling details.
- Hannah Soo Park
Their Ingredients
  • Leigh Miller Photography
  • Bloomin' Buckets
  • Christian Louboutin
  • The bride for Cheree Berry Paper
  • The Ritz-Carlton
  • Munchers Bakery; Missouri Bakery
  • DJ Alejan

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