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Jess and Zach's New Years Eve Wedding - Market Hall



PHOTOGRAPHER: Scott Stockton Photography

CATERER: Market Hall


HAIR/MAKEUP: Tease & Blush

OFFICIANT: Kevin Holland

When Jess and Zach decided they wanted to get married on New Year's Eve, they decided Market Hall in Raleigh was the perfect venue. With two beautiful spaces, they were able to have their ceremony in one part of the venue and then move to the other part for the reception.

Incorporating their furbaby into their Save the Date card, they went with black and gold as their New Year's Eve theme.

Make sure you take a moment to appreciate your gown before the rush of putting it on.

For the guy's boutonnieres they chose to go with New Year's Eve party noise makers instead of traditional florals to go along with their theme.

When doing your first look with your Dad, it's nice to give him a gift that shows you appreciate him. It's going to be an emotional day for him as well.

When choosing your bridesmaid dresses, they don't have to look the same. In this case Jess chose dark green velvet for the material and her bridesmaids were able to choose the style.

Don't be afraid to incorporate other items besides florals in your bouquet. Jess wanted a whimsical touch to hers so we included feathers and pampas grass. Also a family heirloom (heart necklace) was included as something borrowed in her bouquet.

Traditionally the bride's family sits on the left side of the aisle, but in this case we switched it up so her Mom could see her expression when she was taking her vows.

Presentation is everything when it comes to impressing your guests. As you can see, Market Hall did an amazing job with presenting Jess and Zach's hors d'oeuvres.

Incorporate your ceremony florals into your sweetheart table décor. In this case, Jess and Zach used their arch from their ceremony as a backdrop along with the standing florals from their ceremony aisle.

As a cute favor, Jess and Zach incorporate "Midnight Kisses" on their place settings to go along with the New Year's Eve theme.

Not sure what you want for your guests to sign? Incorporate a favorite hobby. In this case, Jess and Zach like to cook and they used a charcuterie board for their guests to sign.

Having a welcome sign is a nice way to show your guests they are in the right location.

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