An incredible fall wedding day, with the coolest, most laid-back couple, at The Living Room at Mastercraft!
This is SUCH a cool Omaha venue option if you’re wanting that downtown industrial look. It has tons of exposed brick and tall ceilings, plus an amazingly kind and helpful staff. You also have the ability to spend your entire day at the venue, from getting ready through the reception, which is always an ideal option on wedding days. There’s a big open room behind the ceremony space that you can use for getting ready and storing wedding party member items. That, or book a cool airbnb/well lit hotel nearby (that’s what they did!). The natural light in the ceremony space is amazing- perfect for if you don’t want an outdoor ceremony but still want some sunlight in your photos.
This day was so relaxed, with all of the focus simply on having fun and celebrating with their friends and family. Some of my favorite photos from this day are from the reception, everyone was crying-laughing during the toasts and the whole night was a blast. Cat and Aaron’s friends are all such incredible people, capturing all of the love and laughter during day was a dream.
Not to mention, Cat’s wedding attire was stunning, every detail was so unique! We were all obsessing over her white boots, headpiece, and long pearly veil. The reception decor was just as cool, you have to check out the head table decor that the bride’s family created. Dried florals everywhere, and an intricate set up of dried florals and candles connected to branches suspended above the head table. I’m so thankful I got to photograph all the beauty that was this day!
Venue: The Living Room at Mastercraft
Dress: The Wedding Shoppe
Veil: Daughters of Simone from Noa Brides
Hair: Oliver & Tate
Rings: Mark Edward Private Jeweler
Headpiece: Lia Terni
Rentals: Nostalgia Rentals
Catering: Attitude on Food
Beverages: Cornhusker Beverage
Officiant: Jeff Heidinger
Live Music: The Cass Quartet
DJ: Matt with DJ Jer
Florals: Bride’s sister, Claire Henning
Decorations: Bride’s mother, Mary Henning