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Finding Modern Elegance and Charm at the Fremont Foundry

Kerry and Ryan's fun celebration was nothing if not the perfect embodiment of their personalities.
Sara Hubbard

Kerry Pigott and Ryan Lewis blurred the line between modern and classic at their festive nuptials, which were held at the Fremont Foundry. Taking cues from a number of their stylistic preferences and seamlessly weaving them together, the couple created a fun yet elegantly designed celebration. A circular altar covered in flowers was the focal point for the ceremony. The Fremont Foundry’s florists brought in notes of yellow and blue, with sunshine-colored dahlias, sunflowers, irises and hydrangeas that encircled the backdrop for the couple’s “I do’s. Kerry opted for an open-back, body-skimming Anaïs Anette gown with short sleeves and lace accents, against which her yellow bouquet popped. With her hair in a loose, low bun and a dazzling smile, Kerry’s entire look echoed the buoyant atmosphere of the overall celebration. Before the reception, Kerry and Ryan took a moment to themselves to read letters of love to one another and have a brief yet poignant respite before joining the party. The king’s table had a sprawling garland running the length of the table, mirroring the bouquets hanging from the end of each chair. Wooden chargers and ocean-indigo glasses, along with French bistro napkins, laid the groundwork for place settings that felt both elevated and homey. As the night came to a close, Kerry and Ryan took off in style as they sped away in a 1957 Rolls-Royce. Its license plate read “Why Not” — a characteristically cheeky and endearing message from the couple as they said farewell to their guests.  

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