With friends from near and far present, Tressa Little and Adam Gillen tied the knot on a crisp October day. Orange hues created an impeccable autumn color scheme, from the bridal party’s gowns and tuxes to the linens dressing the tables. Vintage Venue’s hardwood floors, exposed brick walls and dangling lights made their boho-chic wedding vision a reality. Emotions ran high during the bride and groom’s first look, as well as the father of the bride’s first look. “They were both very sentimental moments that I will treasure forever,” Tressa says. During the ceremony, the bridal party and both families gathered with the couple to pray before they said their vows, followed by a unity candle lighting. In lieu of a traditional guest book, music-lovers Tressa and Adam thrifted records of their favorite genres and artists for guests to sign at their “for the record” table. To ensure one-on-one time with each guest, newlyweds greeted everyone as they got in line for the Chipotle-catered dinner, a crowd-pleaser. As the night went on, Adam savored the first dance. “We were just able to be alone and focus on the beauty of the decision we had just made,” he says.