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A Modern Outdoor Wedding in Ann Arbor, MI

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Annie & Brian in Ann Arbor, MI
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Yellow craspedia and soft dusty miller stood out against Brian's black lapel.
Pot & Box
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Each bridesmaid wore a black dress of her choosing and carried a slightly different arrangement of cheery yellow flowers.
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Because her dress was so simple, Annie kept her accessories delicate.
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Annie knew she needed a unique but simple gown to compliment her petite frame. When she saw the gathered English lace on the back of the Vera Wang dress, she was sold.
Vera Wang
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The programs were printed on cootie catchers! Each petal held information about the bridesmaids, the groomsmen, and the ceremony, plus a special thank-you to guests.
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The couple married on a Sunday afternoon, after hosting a Saturday tailgate party for the opening weekend of the University of Michigan football season.
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Craspedia pomanders added a pop of color to the white garden chairs.
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Since neither family is from the area, the couple's Ann Arbor nuptials (home to Annie's alma mater) were actually a destination wedding, so a retro-postcard-and-mailbox display worked well.
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The couple decided on low yellow-and-white centerpieces after falling in love with these chalkboard vases that conveniently doubled as table numbers.
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Both the cake and half of the surrounding trays of cupcakes were flavored with lemon raspberry-a sweet nod to the color theme.
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Annie & Brian in Ann Arbor, MI

The Bride Annie Sayles, 30, an account executive at Turner Broadcasting The Groom Brian Rogers, 29, an account executive at Google The Date September 4 Annie loved a yellow, black, gray, and white palette so much, it inspired the day's theme. Old-school details like chalkboard vases and cootie catchers added charm to the restaurant venue's modern aesthetic.
- Susan Waits
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