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Lindsay & Steve in Dayton, OH
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Lindsay’s bouquet was made up of white and ivory roses, Fuji mums, and accented with ostrich plumes and rhinestones, creating an arrangement that was both classic and fun.
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Steve and his groomsmen wore boutonnieres made up of white button mums and three green tea leaves wrapped in a red satin ribbon.
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Lindsay’s glamorous red satin shoes with crystal T-straps completed her look and matched the wedding’s bold color scheme.
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Deep Black Magic and Charlotte roses made up the bulk of the bridesmaid bouquets. The bigger blooms were accented by mini ivory roses, dendrobium orchids, and scattered rhinestones.
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To keep her from getting emotional, Lindsay’s father started talking to her about fishing just before they walked down the aisle. “It added enough humor to the moment that I was able to keep my composure,” she says.
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Arranging their escort cards in “rays” around a floral centerpiece not only created visual interest, but it also kept guests from crowding around each other as they searched for their name.
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One of Lindsay’s high school friends (now a graphic designer) created all of the couple’s wedding stationery, including an intricate black-and-red swirl pattern, which appeared on the escort cards.
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Framed table numbers added a formal touch to the reception décor and carried the motif of the rest of Lindsay and Steve’s wedding stationery.
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Knowing they couldn’t rely on Ohio’s unpredictable weather for an outdoor reception, the couple chose The Dayton Art Institute, which provided plenty of natural light.
The Dayton Art Institute, Dayton
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Five different centerpiece looks were used on the tables. Elements from these arrangements included: roses, Fuji mums, white hydrangeas, curly willows, manzanita branches, Monstera leaves, and hanging crystal drops.
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Lindsay and Steve’s stunning ivory buttercream cake with a black lace design not only inspired the dynamic details of their wedding stationery, it was also Lindsay’s favorite detail of the whole wedding.
Incredible Endings, Barb Harvey, Florence, KY
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Lindsay dressed her maids in flattering floor-length black Alfred Angelo dresses with long pearl and crystal necklaces and red satin peep-toe pumps.
Alfred Angelo, Brides & Beyond, St. Henry

Lindsay & Steve in Dayton, OH

Many couples meet online. Fewer meet online when they’re 14. But Lindsay and Steven did just that. Despite living in separate towns (and not having driver’s licenses) they dated for six months. They broke up but remained close friends for the next seven years. All that changed when Steve moved 3,000 miles away to California. Panicked at the thought of losing her best friend, Lindsay visited for five days that summer. When she returned home, she quickly packed up her life and moved to be with Steve. The Bride Lindsay Schwieterman, 25, a barista The Groom Steven Hileman, 25, a marketing specialist The Date November 7 After five months of dating, he proposed and the two started planning a wedding in Ohio, where both of their families live.
- Justine Lorelle Blanchard
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  • Incredible Endings, Barb Harvey, Florence, KY
  • Alfred Angelo, Brides & Beyond, St. Henry

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