When you get to know a couple like Jhackie and Ray, you quickly realize that they are old souls with a flair for modern convenience. They enjoy their nights out at a restaurant or traveling to exciting and new places but, somehow, they always return to the place they love most – home. Their home is a perfect combination of modern design with rustic and timeless style, which perfectly reflects who they are as individuals and as a couple. Jhackie spent months and month meticulously planning their wedding and making sure it represented who they are and what they value. Design wise, it was styled flawlessly, with the perfect combination of vintage pieces set perfectly in place in an old restored lace factory. But more than their impeccable details, their wedding reflected their hearts. Each person who stood up to give a toast talked about how caring and kind hearted both Ray and Jhackie are, and that was so apparent in every thought out detail of their wedding – that she didn’t just style it because she saw a picture on Pinterest, but because each element was a testament of who they are as a couple and a piece of their life. Together with the help of a fantastic team of vendors, their wedding at the Lace Factory couldn’t have been more perfect.
Reception Venue: The Lace Factory
Ceremony venue: The Essex Steam Train station
Photography: Alicia Ann Photographers
Beauty: Simply Gorgeous by Erin
Florals: Stems Floral Design
DJ: Frank C’s Entertainment
Event Coordinator: Jen Rascati