Sarah and Min wanted their day to be intimate, but with many friends and family coming to celebrate with them, they knew that might prove difficult. They opted to extend the celebration into an entire weekend. The pair rented cabins throughout Camp Puh'tok and invited everyone to stay with them. Time would be spent together around camp fires, playing games, exploring the campus, and more. This would all lead up to the wedding day itself.
The ceremony centered around Korean tradition with a Pyebaek. Parents and close loved ones gathered for this ceremony in a beautiful, open field.
After the Pyebaek, guests got to enjoy an amazing cocktail hour. Drinks and a trail mix bar(!) were on offer. Then it was all about the colorful flowers, lanterns, and origami cranes at the reception. Sarah made so many cranes for the decor and the photo booth backdrop. At the end of the night, everyone left with an adorable flashlight and camp mug as a favor.
Photography and Video: Ashton Kelley Photography • Event Venue: Camp Puh'Tok • Ties: Knotty Tie Co • Floral Designer: The Flower Cottage • Bartender & Events: dockside bar and events • Equipment Rentals: Loane Brothers Inc • Lighting: Baltimore's Premier Event Solutions • Bakery: The Fenwick Bakery • Hanbock: BDK Mint • Caterer: Mission BBQ • Invitations and paperie: EAlexDesigns
Comments on Happily ever campers: this summer camp wedding had a trail mix bar, camp mug favors, and Korean traditions
I would love to know where they got those mugs from – super cute!
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