I have one thing to say about the wedding of this adorable couple – mini donuts! I can’t think of a better way to end a reception than passing out bite size pastries to all of your guests (really, who doesn’t love a donut?) Lisa and Seth were married in Minneapolis on a gorgeous Fall day, in a event that is full of understated simplicity. Lisa’s dress is so perfectly classic and I love the single blooms in small glass vessels set up throughout the reception – a perfect way to achieve a romantic feeling without spending a chunk of your budget on blooms.
I love a bold color choice when it comes to bridesmaids dresses, and this bright yellow is no exception! The bride’s ruffled collar bolero also adds such a fun vibe to the look of her dress. This is certainly a wedding with no shortage of ruffles!
Happy Valentine’s Day, friends! I thought the perfect way to celebrate today was with Liza & Greg’s lovely outdoor wedding, which took place in Canada this past summer. Liza and Greg love the outdoors, so a family affair on a local farm was the perfect backdrop for their nuptials. Their wedding was filled with DIY projects and personalized right down to the dinner for their guests, which was grilled by the groomsmen! The pair handed out fishing flies that had been hand tied by Greg, the centerpieces were made with flowers from Liza’s garden, and be sure not to miss the adorable lace covered rocks that were given as paperweights. Liza’s dress was custom made, and I think you’ll agree that it looks stunning in the amazing light streaming into the photos below.
Photographer: Chad+Anastasia Photography
Event Planner: Bottoms Up Bartending
Floral Designer: Proline Trading
Reception Venue: UBC Farms
DJ: Hot Hit Productions
Officiant: Lynn Katey Marriage Commissioner