We had a small wedding with only 20 guests, but because it was small, we were able to have all guests participate in the all-white/beige Victorian theme. Most everything was handmade and sourced by us including hand-drawn and printed wooden invitations, bridal party gifts, individually selected vintage tea plates and cutlery, crystal coupe glasses, embroidered napkins, and all decorations.
Christine and Josh had planned a camping wedding, but on the day, it was pouring rain. Their campsite got flooded and they needed a plan B. Amazingly, a neighbor down the road heard about their wedding and offered their barn to them, if they didn’t mind clearing it out. All their family and friends worked that morning to clean and decorate, and they even created log benches that morning. They made the best of the weather, handing out umbrellas, and ending the night by sending off fire lanterns. They had friends and family from all over the world, Lebanese food, doggos in a ties, and a REALLY gorgeous dress! Let’s take a peek at this rainy Catskills wedding in New York…
The first thing to know about this wedding is that it rained. Not just any rain. It poured. And of course, it was an outdoor wedding in a redwood grove only accessible by an antique steam train. So there was no Plan B. But thankfully for us, everyone put on their galoshes and headed out to get Karen and Austin married.
But just wait, there’s more. The reception was Wes Anderson-themed!
Small, adorable, family-focused, and planned in a little more than a month… this wedding crawl waterfront meets restaurant wedding is a dream. They focused on including friends as vendors, keeping family work at bay, and just having a rad time. don’t miss the boho wedding dress, awesome groom gear, and sweet daughter/flower girl.
Rachel and Ali are both Political Science professors at Princeton University. Their stunning DIY wedding was held at their home with lush foliage, pops of red, and a killer vintage floral gown from a flea market in New York City. They took some photos at Princeton and danced all night under a tent with rain all day. Just wait until you see this dress…
Orange, green, and yellow colored the day along with some rain that totally reflected some awesome lessons learned at this citrus colored wedding. There was LEGO, donuts, breakfast for dinner, colorful Chucks, and a super sweet first look. Don’t miss the adorable ceremony program and awesome ways this pair included their kids in the ceremony!