Annie + Dean: Keepin’ it Cool in North Carolina

With a dress designed by the one-and-only fashion genius, Vera Wang, and a spectacular tented reception space complete with bright colors and paper lanterns, this quirky couple makes hosting a wedding look easy…and incredibly cool!

Annie Fair and Dean Micetich were married on September 24, 2011 in Greensboro, North Carolina, United States.

This couple looks like a ton of laughs and their wedding is colorful yet definitely elegant, with a little bit of their fun-loving personalities thrown into the mix. I especially love the funky simplicity of their fabulous wedding cake.

Big thank you to McCardell Photography for submitting these photos to us!

Happy weddings!

Event Venue: Willow Oaks Plantation
Event Planner: Leigh Pearce Weddings
Photographer: McCardell Photography
Floral Designer: Johnson’s Florist
Invitation Designer: Aardvark Letterpress
Cake Designer: K2 Productions
Dress Designer: Vera Wang
Hair Stylist: Swanky Salon
Makeup Artist: Carla White
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: J. Crew

Band: Hip Pocket
Bakery: Maxie B’s Bakery

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