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This Silver Fork Winery wedding had the most gorgeous views (check out the ceremony!). Speaking of ceremony, the groom made the beautiful wedding arbor. What’s more, their adorable dog was so excited to be a part of their big day. So cute!

Photographer: Beth Ely of  Jen Yuson Photography//Event Venue:Silver Fork Winery Wedding//

From their Photographer: The groom handcrafted the wedding arbor. Their dog Sophie was very excited about her mom and dad tying the knot and jumped up on both of them during different times of the ceremony

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Tessa and Daniel had their ceremony in an old schoolhouse followed by a reception in the auditorium, which suited their Americana tastes perfectly. We are obsessed with Tessa’s style; the flower crown, leather jacket, and cute shoes paired with her simply beautiful gown. The bridesmaids also rocked a leather jacket paired with a cream dress of their choice. Check out their pretty photos and see for yourselves!

Photographer:  Black & Hue Photography//Event Designer: Heather Horwitz Design//Second Shooter: Lara’s Theme//

From their Photographer: Whoa. I really don’t know where to begin with this one. Daniel & Tessa have been great friends of ours for years, and when they first asked us to shoot their wedding, we were thrilled. These two have impeccable taste and we knew it would be gorgeous, but I don’t think we fully understood how gorgeous until we arrived on their wedding day. Tessa is breathtaking and Daniel looked like a million bucks. They choose an old schoolhouse in Fellsmere, Florida for their ceremony, and the auditorium suited their Americana taste perfectly. Throw in a little Springsteen and Elvis to top it off, and you’ve got one of the most fun weddings we’ve ever been to. We’re so excited for these two to share their lives together and couldn’t be more thrilled for them. Here’s a huge thanks for Daniel & Tessa for allowing us to be there for one of the best days of their lives.

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This sweet couple owns a farm outside of Ashville, NC and all the food they served was fresh from their farm. We love that you can totally get a feel of who these two are from their wedding. The Lake Eden Events setting and all their cute little details are just perfect!
Photographer:  Whitmeyer Photography//Band:Bright Light Entertainment//Caterer: Saffron Fine Foods//Reception Venue: Lake Eden Events//Cakes: Ruth & Ranshaw//Invitations, Flowers, & Aisle Decorations: DIY
From their Photographer: These two own a farm outside of Asheville, NC. All the food they served at their wedding was fresh from their farm and they brewed their own beer especially for the occasion.

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This wedding is truly a personalized affair. The couple was set up by the groom’s twin brother, the bride’s stepfather was their officiant, and they held their wedding in the backyard of the couple’s new home. The bride’s mother helped with all the desserts and catering and collecting the cute decor for the wedding. You can just see all of the love that went into this wedding!

Photographer:  Christina Gressianu, Photographer//Floral Designer: Finishing Touches//

From their Photographer: Kris’s twin brother worked with Cadie and convinced the two of them to go on a blind date. It took him months to get them both to agree, and since that first date, Kris and Cadie have been inseparable. The officiant is Cadie’s stepfather, who wove stories of Cadie’s childhood and of her first dates with Kris into the ceremony. Kris and Cadie’s wedding was held in the backyard of their newly-purchased Fort Collins home. Cadie and her mom, Joann, had been collecting decor of this English Romantic wedding for over a year ahead of time. Little birds, lace, and florals in peach, mint and ivory. Joann also grew all the decorative flowers, while Linda at Finishing Touches created the bouquets. Joann also baked all the desserts, and employed students from the local high school catering program to help her cook and prep all the food. This was truly the most elaborate DIY I have had the honor to photograph.