We’re kicking off autumn with the beautiful fall wedding of Rachel and Brad. This lovely couple met one another in high school and their wedding day was at Camrose Hill Flower Farm featuring amazing autumnal details. They had blankets made for their guests by the brides mother and all of the guests enjoyed yard games during social hour.
Photography: Eileen K Photography // Venue: Camrose Hill Farm // DJ: Adagio Djay Entertainment // Caterer: Divine Swine // Cake Designer: Gail’s Cakes // Bridesmaid Store: Lulus // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Men’s Wearhouse // Dress Store: Posh bridal couture // Equipment Rentals: Rustic Elegance
Fate brought Leiyen and Allan together when they met unexpectedly on an airplane while sitting next to each other in 2010. They have such a strong bond and connection in the love that they share. They enjoy liming, listening to music and working out together.
Thank you to Limelight Photography for sharing these images with us.
Katie and Peter are an adorable couple who were married at Camrose Hill Flower Farm in Stillwater, Minnesota. They chose colours for the day which were shades of pink and navy with touches of gold. Wine and cheese were served during cocktail hour followed by dinner and dancing.
Photographer: Eileen K Photography // Venue: Camrose Hill Farm // Floral Designer: Camrose Hill Flower Studio & Farm // Groomsman Attire: The Wedding Shoppe // Caterer: Divine Swine // DJ: Adagio Djay Entertainment
Kirstin and Scott had a Birkby House wedding in Leesburg, Virginia which looks as though it was nothing short of amazing, down to every last sunflower. We love how much Kirstin and Scott had fun with each other on their special day, breezing through their day with such ease; their day was magical in every single way!!
The rain stopped just in time to start Megan and Cody’s picture perfect wedding. This looks like it was such a beautiful day and their perfect details were absolutely amazing. The Bogle Farms venue had the most stunning back drops and the love these two had for one another shined through like none other.
Photographer: Brandy Angel Photography // Second Shooter: Victoria Huff Photography // Venue: Bogle Farms // Event Planner: Britney Bogle Wilson // Floral Designer: By Special Arrangement // Bakery: Kaylynn’s Cakes // Caterer: Kimble’s Events by Design
Angela and Michael put together this DIY rustic backyard wedding that took place on their pastors waterfront property surrounded my massive ancient oak trees in the heart of Oakhurst, Califonia.
Virtually every element of this casual celebration was a DIY project involving family and friends of the bride and groom. Angela hand picked the fabric for each bridesmaid gown, and created them herself (reserving fabric to make matching pocket handkerchiefs for the groomsmen and banners to drape at the reception and behind the ceremony alter)! She also altered her off the rack discount bridal gown to suit her personal style, removing the train and adding lace shoulders.
Angela worked closely with her florist to create the rustic bouquets with sunflowers, pastel flowers and actual cotton blossoms. The reception flowers were a personal DIY project that Angela tackled, filling old coffee tins with live snapdragons, succulents and various flowers to take home and replant later in the bride and grooms newly purchased home.
The entire wedding party got involved crafting, supplying and creating the elements for the ceremony and reception on the spacious lawn. Bridesmaids and family supplied rustic chic furniture from their own homes – chairs from a bridesmaids kitchen, bird house from the mother of the brides garden… one bride even brought her antique love seat all the way from Los Angeles!
The cake adorned with live flowers was also a DIY project by one of the family members of the groom.
After the ceremony, guests mingled over a buffet of light appetizers and played games on the lawn while soft music played in the background. The reception featured cake cutting and toasts before the happy couple made their getaway in a cherry red classic car loaned to them from a close friend.
Photographer: Gingi Freeman Photography // Dress Store: Premiere Bridal // Florist: Enchanted Florists and Whatnot
Christine and Jessie met back in high school in 10th grade English class where, as luck may have it, the teacher had assigned the class to work in pairs to complete a literature paper. Paired up by their teacher, the two exchanged numbers to work on the paper together and it wasn’t long before a crush ensued and soon the two went from study buddies to high school sweethearts.
Young love soon turned into a long term relationship as the two graduated high school and moved on together in the next chapter of their lives. Jessie knew it was the right time to propose to Christine and asked for her to marry him while at their home, sitting on the couch, snuggled up together, Jessie took out a little ring box and asked for his darling’s hand in marriage. Of course, Christine said “yes” and the wedding planning began!
Lori, Christine’s amazing mother, helped plan out Christine’s special day and created a beautiful ‘poetic romance’ wedding theme as we like to call it. From antique books with ink pens and feathers as table centerpieces to light baby blue bridesmaid dresses, Jessie and Christine’s wedding theme looks like a love novel.
Their day started off with photographing Christine’s details upon her arrival and capturing her putting on her gown. Then prior to the ceremony beginning, Christine and Jessie shared a first look together where tears flowed down from Christine’s eyes as she saw Jessie for the first time. Underneath the oak trees where their ceremony was about to take place, the moment of realisation that all of their planning, love, and time together was about to be shared with friends and family through officially becoming Mrs. and Mr. Musick officially hit them.
As guests flowed in to sit down for the ceremony, Jessie lined up with his groomsmen and Christine with her bridesmaids. Jon with Once Upon a Wedding helped guide the two sweethearts through their ceremony as they held back more tears. After a beautiful sand pouring tradition, exchanging vows, and sharing their first kiss, it was finally time for formal portraits with family and their wedding party before their wedding reception began and they danced into the night.
Photographer: Corner House Photography // Venue: Dubsdread Historic Ballroom // Officiant: Once Upon A Wedding // Florist: Lake Mary Florist // Cake Artistry: Cake Designers // DJ: DJ Chuck Johnson // Ring Shop: Kay Jewelers
Lindsey and Steven had their engagement photos taken on such a great day as they had clear skies, cool weather and an amazing sunset by the pier. Florida truly blessed them with this and to top it off, they looked stunning! This gorgeous couple will be tying the knot in March of 2018. Congrats on your engagement!
Thank you to Limelight Photography for sharing these beautiful images with us.
Madison and Rusty’s destination wedding looks like it was absolutely amazing. The light colours, the love surrounding the happy couple, they couldn’t have hoped for a better wedding day. The way that everyone came together to support them and show them how much they loved them was truly a beautiful thing.
This “Peachy Keen” styled wedding shoot was inspired by soft peach and pink hues with silver accents and a touch of gold. The styled shoot team met their goals of romantic, intimate, feminine, and whimsical feels. The sign “forever his always hers ” was a custom, hand-painted sign made by the calligrapher.
The florals were an important and intricate part of the wedding shoot, with a large romantic bridal bouquet that paired beautifully with the bridal gown. It looks as though it was a lovely mix between the dreamy arrangement and the sparkling details of the gown. The centerpieces of the head table were smaller, quaint pieces which complimented the loose flowers scattered across the floral runner of the estate table.
Sometimes when the weather is unpredictable and there is a chance for rain, often times this is stressful to the bride, but the cloudy day made for some great natural light filters for outdoor photography. And the gorgeous model bride and groom were super flexible, so we love the impromptu umbrella shots of them heading to the reception area.
Photographer: Tiffany Dawson Photography // Venue: The Barn at Oak Manor // Event Planners: Beyond the I Do & Beauty to Behold // Cake Designer: A Pinch Bakery // Ring Designer: Alma & Co // Jewellery: Bel Fiore Bridal // Bride and Groom Models: Shanice & Kirk Brown // Dress Store: Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta // Invitation Designer: Kelly Calligraphy // Makeup Artist: LovettaBeauty // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Miguel Wilson Collection // Bakery: Not As Famous Cookie Company // Linens and Coverings: Simply Peach Rentals // Bridesmaid Model: Model // Hair Stylist: Vigilante Cosmetics // Floral Designer: Warren+Forrest // Equipment Rentals: We Rent Atlanta