A man and woman standing next to each other.Color coordinated weddings are trending right now – and brides around America are breathing a sigh of relief! Coherent themes always make for good pictures, you get to choose your favorite colors, and best of all, it makes it that much easier to pick out the bridesmaids dresses.

Rachel and Dustin wanted a unique wedding venue that would perfectly complement their turquoise, black and white color scheme. When they laid eyes on The Bottle House, they knew they found their spot.

Our spacious, earthy-toned venue allows any wedding color scheme to really pop! The accent brick wall strikes a beautiful balance between modern and rustic. Plus, the large windows opens up the space and lets statement decoration pieces shine.

On Rachel and Dustin’s wedding day, our space was adorned in turquoise and white decor, bringing a taste of summer to Ottawa. The Bottle House team was there to make sure everything went off without a hitch! Once all 70 guests arrived, everyone started mingling and enjoyed each other’s company before the ceremony.

You could tell how much love was in the air when the beautiful couple said their “I Do’s” – there was barely a dry eye in sight! Rachel and Dustin’s ceremony was extra special with some of their children in attendance as well.

After tying the knot, everyone was led to banquet tables laid out around our large venue. Both families gave such beautiful speeches during toasts and the room was full of love and joy.

With everyone’s hearts full, it was time for food! A delicious spread was laid out courtesy of Jack Stack BBQ – always a favorite!

As dinner time came to a close, guests made their way to the dance floor where the DJ’s tunes kept everyone up and dancing the night away. Rachel was thrilled to call the day “perfect.”

Congratulations to the beautiful newlyweds! Thank you for letting us be a part of such a memorable day! 

Click here to book your tour of The Bottle House’s beautiful, spacious venue today.

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Photos courtesy Sarah Moore Photography.