The weather is finally starting to cool off in North Carolina and this gorgeous wedding in the foothills of Idaho is getting me in the mood for fall! Ashley & Brian’s closest friends and family all hiked up a path to the top of a hill in the gorgeous Boise Foothills (that happens to sit right behind the groom’s family home) for their intimate nuptials. Brian’s brother performed the ceremony and asked all of the guests to step in close around the couple as they said their vows. After the ceremony, guests rallied back down the hill and enjoyed a cocktail hour where gourmet appetizers were passed and everyone could enjoy an oyster bar along with the couple’s signature Mojitos. The bold fall colors were such a lovely choice and look at their gorgeous dog keeping watch over the ceremony – he even has a matching collar!
I always live it when a bride commits to a bold color palette, so Kerri & Jason’s orange and pink color combination was an instant favorite! The couple originally wanted to be married at the World’s Fair Pavilion, but when the venue was booked they incorporated the vibe they wanted to achieve into a new space. During the reception Kerri’s was surprised by a phone call from her sister, who was at home on bed rest and about to have a baby. The DJ put the call on speaker phone and by the time the conversation was through there wasn’t a dry eye in the house – such a sweet moment!
Photographer: Beth Berry Photography
Floral Designer: Becky Huffman Flowers, LLC
Reception Venue & Caterer: Lumen Private Event Space
Invitation Designer: Unique Moments by Mid-West Marketing
Cake Designer: Wedding Wonderland Bakery
Band: Downtime Band
Ceremony Location: Southwest Baptist Church
Hello, friends! I hope you all had a great holiday break and are hopefully easing back into your normal routine a little better than I am (when the alarm went off this morning I think I could have genuinely shed a tear). But this gorgeous wedding from the talented Jason G is certainly making my morning easier. Katie and Scott were married this past August in a gorgeous outdoor ceremony. I really love it when couple’s choose decor that blends in with their natural environment, and Katie and Scott did just that.
Prior to their traditional ceremony, the couple opted to have a private Native American ceremony. You can see the images below. After their two ceremonies were completed they moved onto a gorgeous reception, complete with carved birch vases for the centerpieces. You can see even more images from the day on Jason’s blog.