Posts Tagged ‘romantic wedding’
This rustic apple orchard wedding, handmade with the help of the bride’s mother, is filled with so much prettiness! We’re loving the colors, the romantic photos, and the antique carousel!
Photographer: Rachael Osborn Photography//Event Venue:Royal Oak Farm Orchard//
From their Photographer: Taylor & Paul met and were married within less than a year’s time. Their wedding was a beautifully DIY-ed, rustic but elegant tribute to not only their love, but to the love that surrounded them through their families and friends. The bride’s mother was a catalyst in the planning and decor – all handmade and executed with grace and style. The country setting of an apple orchard (complete with an antique carousel!) made for the perfect backdrop for this couple to say “I do.”
We can’t decide on our favorite part of this rustic Indiana wedding, we love it all! The bride looks so gorgeous in her gown and the soft pink and peach tones adds the romance to the rustic. We love all the cute personal details they added like the Star Wars cake topper, all so beautifully captured by Cathy and David Photographers!
Photographer: Cathy and David Photographers// Caterer: Bartletts Gourmet Grill// DJ: Breakaway Entertainment// Bakery:Calumet Bakery// Event Venue: County Line Orchard// Officiant:Indiana Wedding Ministries// Dress Store:Le Salon Bridal// Makeup Artist:make-up by Maria Blanco// Floral Designer: The Bonnie View// Hair Stylist:Under the Veil//
From their Photographer: Katie and Keth wanted a reclusive spot for their outdoor ceremony and discovered the beautiful County Line Orchard in Hobart, Indiana. When guests arrived, wooden signs (handcrafted by the groom) directed guests to hop on a tractor-pulled wagon, which carried them to the ceremony site nestled in the orchard.
At the reception, held in the rustic red barn, Keth surprised Katie by pulling out his guitar and singing to her, accompanied by a few of his groomsmen singing backup. The couple decorated with a number of personal touches, including Star Wars cake toppers and cork place card holders. My favorite touch was their twist on a guest book: a wine rack full of empty bottles, each marked with a different anniversary year of their marriage, for guests to place messages in. At the end of the night, the bottles were corked and won’t be opened until the anniversary year of each bottle. The couple and their friends and family partied away the rest of the night with dancing, doughnuts, and a prop-filled photobooth.
This Utah wedding is gorgeous from top to bottom starting with the handsome couple; the bride in a lace sleeve gown and the groom in a chambray suit with floral tie. The floral design by Bloomers is just beautiful and it goes perfectly with the feminine English garden decor of the wedding. The red rock setting for photos is stunning, all perfectly captured by Gideon Photography.
Photographer: Gideon Photography//Floral Designer: Bloomers//Event Designer: Forevermore Events//Dress Designer:Illume Gowns//Hair Stylist:julie thomas style//Cinema and Video: NP Films//Event Venue:Sand Hollow Resort//
From their Photographer: This beautiful wedding took place in Saint George UT. It was an LDS Temple wedding with a reception at the beautiful Sand Hollow Golf Course. Surrounded by the red rocks and green rolling landscape this is a breathtaking wedding.
Halle and Dan wanted their big day to be more of a party than a traditional wedding and The Ariel in Cleveland, Ohio was the perfect venue for them to create the atmosphere they wanted. They filled the industrial space with rustic and romantic decor with the cutest little finishing touches.
Photographer: aster & olive photography//Event Designer: A Charming Fête//Event Venue: Ariel International, Cleveland, OH//Invitation Designer:Blue Envelope Boutique//Makeup Artist: Lindsay London//Floral Designer: Plantscaping by Blooms//Caterer: taste of excellence// DJ:The DJ Crew//
From the Bride: Dan and I had agreed the moment we got engaged that we wanted to throw more of a “party” as opposed to the traditional wedding. I had come across the Ariel International Center when I was searching for caterers and after seeing pictures of the space, I just knew this would be where we were married. The Ariel offered a beautiful backdrop of the Cleveland skyline and the “blank canvas” space allowed us to create the look and feel we wanted which was romantic and rustic. My wedding planners, Lisa and Somer, helped take the vision we had for the space and brought it to life. We had the florist create a backdrop for our ceremony space that centered around this beautiful ornate chandelier that we were married under. Our guests then enjoyed cocktail hour and during that time we had the caricature artist walking around drawing our guests which was a big hit. After cocktail hour we had our guests move upstairs to the reception where they were able to enjoy the gorgeous view of the Cleveland skyline as they enjoyed dinner and dancing.