A Classic Blush Wedding at Duncan Hall in Lafayette, Indiana

rn                                        Erika Fultz (35 and a broker associate) and Ralph Roller (34 and a county employee) had a classic wedding wi

rn Erika Fultz (35 and a broker associate) and Ralph Roller (34 and a county employee) had a classic wedding with a vintage twist. Both the ceremony and reception took place at Duncan Hall in Lafayette, Indiana. The couple chose an elegant palette of blush and ivory to decorate the space. At the ceremony, the altar area was flanked by flower arrangements of white peonies and pink roses with crystal accents. Similar flowers decorated the dining tables at the reception, with silver vases filled with pink roses and greens. Even the dessert beautifully incorporated the palette with flowers: The ivory wedding cake featured beautiful cascading white and pink peonies. As a vintage touch, Erika and Ralph had their guests sign an antique-style globe instead of a traditional guest book. The cake was topped with a bride and groom figurine cake topper from Erika's great-aunt's wedding cake. And the newlyweds' wedding transportation was a vintage red Chevy that belonged to Erika's dad. As wedding favors, the couple gave their guests personalized playing cards with their monograms on them. Jasmine Norris Photography captured the day.

The invites featured modern script in blue and a detachable RSVP card.
Silver Nina Heels and Clutch With Crystals
Erika wore a strapless ball gown dress with a sweetheart neckline and beading throughout the bodice on her wedding day.
Duncan Hall Wedding Ceremony
The altar area where Erika and Ralph were married was flanked by white pillars that featured pastel flower arrangements. These flower arrangements included white peonies, pink roses, greens and crystal accents.
Bubble Recessional at Duncan Hall in Lafayette, Indiana
Intricate White-Framed Wedding Sign
Instead of a traditional guest book, Erika and Ralph had their guests sign a vintage-style globe with their well wishes.
The bar was decorated with an illuminated silver block-letter "Love" sign.
Dining tables at the reception were decorated with low silver vases that were filled with pink roses, greens and baby's breath.
As favors, Erika and Ralph gave their guests playing cards. The cards were personalized with heart motifs that read "E+R."
For dessert, Erika and Ralph had an ivory buttercream wedding cake that was topped with a bride and groom figurine cake topper. The cake was also decorated with cascading peonies.
First Dance at Duncan Hall in Lafayette, Indiana