Sara Weber and Zachary Stoflet’s black tie affair at The Eloise in Mount Horeb was the pinnacle of elegance. Wearing feather-trimmed pajamas, bride popped a bottle of bubbly with “I Feel Like a Woman” by Shania Twain filling the bridal suite as Sara and her bridesmaids got ready for the upcoming festivities. Adhering to the neutral color palette of the day, bridesmaids donned long black gowns while groomsmen matched in black tuxes. Sara was a vision in white, dressed in a chic strapless gown accessorized with statement earrings and a cathedral-length veil. The groom was not to be ignored, as he looked dapper in a white tux with black detailing. The good energy carried into the ceremony where Sara and Zach exchanged heartfelt vows with moments of happy tears and laughter. Guests were welcomed to cocktail hour with a glass of champagne and hors d'oeuvres. Flooded with natural light, the reception tables were adorned with lush white floral arrangements and sprigs of baby’s breath on each place setting while bowering chandeliers offered a warm glow. As dancing ensued, Sara changed into a showstopping little white dress to dance the night away in newlywed bliss with her husband Zach.