A Vintage-Inspired, Neutral-Colored Wedding at Drexel Hall in Kansas City, Missouri

Vintage details filled Ashley Day (29 and a project manager) and Zach Coffman’s (25 and a musician) wedding at Drexel Hall in Kansas City, Missouri. Everything from the vintage white dresser program display to the silver goblet and pearl centerpieces radiated the vintage flair. They also added some DIY details such as the super cool vintage-inspired gold, silver and ivory paper flower-covered walls that hid the reception items during the ceremony since they flipped the room for the two events. Instead of a traditional guest book, guests placed notes for Ashley and Zach’s one, five and 10-year anniversaries into wine bottles for the couple to open on the special occasions. Ashley and Zach used a blush, ivory and green color palette and added metallic silver and gold accents throughout the decor. The bridesmaids wore champagne dresses with an ivory lace overlay and peplum top to match the theme, and completed the look with royal blue heels for a single pop of color at the otherwise neutral-colored wedding. Instead of serving dinner at the reception, Ashley and Zach decided to have an extravagant dessert bar for guests to enjoy while jiving on the dance floor. Since the wedding was on the Fourth of July, guests went home with baggies of fireworks and the newlyweds left through a classic sparkler sendoff.