Kelsie Guthrie & Bennett Geister
Kelsie agreed to go out on a blind date and was pleasantly surprised as she got to know Bennett over dinner. The pair felt a magnetic connection and quickly fell in love. Bennett later asked Kelsie to be his wife as they reached the top of Inspiration Point while on a family trip to Jackson Hole.
The Adolphus hotel set an elegant and historic backdrop for Kelsie’s Victorian theme. The bride paid homage to her Mississippi roots with touches of southern charm along with candles, lace, pearls, and blush colored flower to compliment the hotel’s lavish ballrooms.
The couple describes the live music as the most special part of their big day. Fifteen musicians and a gospel quintet traveled from Kelsie’s hometown church to play and sing throughout the ceremony. Just after Kelsie and Bennett said “I do”, their first kiss signaled the trumpets and a live performance of “Oh Happy Day” began while they took their first steps as husband and wife.
Ceremony & Reception Site: The Adolphus Hotel
Photographer: BluDoor Studios
Stationer: Belletrist Design Loft
Bridal Gown Designer: Watters
Bridal Gown Retailer: Purchased on TLC’s “Randy to the Rescue”
Hair & Makeup: Elan Makeup Studios by Anita
Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Bridesmaid Dresses Designer: Jasmine
Bridesmaid Dresses Retailer: Bridal Boutique of Lewisville
Flowers: The Wildflower
Wedding & Groom’s Cake: Fancy Cakes by Lauren
Caterer: The Adolphus Hotel
Transportation: Choice Luxury Limo
Entertainment: Downtown Fever
Videographer: !st Call Entertainment – Michael Mohan Videography
Lighting: LeForce Entertainment
Rentals: Celebration Event Rental, BBJ Linens
Planner: Molly Rasmussen with Creative Services