This adorable couple and their courthouse elopement is so refreshingly simple. I love that the images are just about the two of them – it’s all so timeless and…romantic! Jenny and Jeff knew that they didn’t want a large wedding, so they followed their instincts and opted for a small private ceremony at their local courthouse. They followed the ceremony with an intimate reception at Jeff’s parents home that evening. Such a great reminder to be true to yourselves and plan the day you really want! Huge thanks to Nicole Firestone of Sunshine Charlie for these gorgeous photos.
There is so much to love about Shelby & John’s lovely wedding (not to mention the bride’s fabulous name from one of my favorite movies). The couple opted for rustic decor, which included the bride’s green and white bouquet and wreaths adorning the doors of the church. Various lanterns at the reception set a romantic tone, and be sure not to miss that amazing cake! It’s not often that you see chocolate wedding cakes and this one might just be my new favorite.
Photographer: Pilster Photography
Floral Designer: Lee James Floral Designs
Reception Venue: Historic Dubsdread Ballroom
Dress Store: Solutions Bridal
Cake Designer: Bake Me a Cake
DJ: Fun Factory Entertainment
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.