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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.
By: 
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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