I think by now it’s no secret that the Madonna Inn is a favorite wedding venue among the couples I work with! It’s a fun eclectic spot that has a unique West coat vibe to it. My couples love to plan their weddings here in the vision of their unique style, true to their personalities. And they always have such great vision for their wedding day. It always amazes me to see how each couple brings this space to life!
Eleanor and Gentry held their wedding ceremony and reception at the Madonna Inn. It was a beautiful day full of smiles and some truly amazing people. Their wedding party, in particular, was an amazing source of support for them throughout the day. Everyone was quick to share a laugh or a smile. But most of all, when it was time to get down on the dance floor, this was one crew that knew how to have a good time!
The Madonna Inn has a beautiful secret garden that it offers to their couples for wedding ceremonies. Before Eleanor and Gentry’s ceremony began, they met here for a first look. During their first look, they exchanged private vows with each other, away from the eyes of their guests. It was such a lovely and intimate heartfelt moment. Coincidentally, it was at this same spot a little while later that Eleanor and Gentry were wed. Their union at the secret garden was full of vibrant shades of pink and lots of lush florals. You’ll get to see some of the amazing details, in the photos below!
Later in the day, Eleanor changed into a fun maribou party dress for the reception. The celebration of Eleanor and Gentry’s union included a reception in the round room, with one of the Madonna Inn’s famous chocolate cakes for the bride & groom to cut. With Eleanor in her second dress, I snuck the bride and groom away from the party, for just a few moments, to capture sunset portraits around the grounds of the Madonna Inn. Scroll through the blog to see!