8 Feb

And now for some of the yummy details of the party. (In case you didn’t catch part one of James and Aubrey‘s gorg celebration, it’s right here.) It’s the wedding that keeps on giving.

bleubird wedding

Their ceremony and reception took place at a friend’s ranch, which is also where they were engaged. Most of the furniture came from the various houses on the property, and the blankets, linens, vases, glasses and things were all thrifted. You’ll see as you keep reading what an amazing eye James has for vintage.

Bohemian wedding reception

Bohemian wedding reception

jam wedding favors

Doesn’t it just feel real? Love the imperfect perfectness of it all, and how each detail feels like it really belongs.

Bohemian wedding reception

Awww, Mama & Papa. Couldn’t get sweeter, really.

Bohemian wedding reception

flashdance wedding

As we know, no epic party would be complete without Señor Antonia on the tables. Looks like he didn’t disappoint.

Bohemian wedding reception

Oh yeah. Those are feathers dipped in gold paint. Winning DIY project of the year, if you ask us. So simple, but soooo much impact. Quick! Pin Pin Pin!

bleubird wedding

Their first dance song? Skinny Love by Bon Iver. GAAAHHH. Perfect perfect, as you’d imagine.

Really, truly beautiful and inspiring and unique. Huge congratulations to James and Aubrey and three of the most beautiful children out there. You all make such a happy family. And we are so so excited that we were able to share you gorgeous day here.

Event design & invites: Ashley Meaders / Photographer: Brooke Schwab / Videographer: Geoff Boothby aka The Land Shark / Venue: a good friend’s private ranch and recording studio / DJ & Music: The Flashdance / Band: Poor Pilate / Flowers: The Byrd Collective / Bride’s gown, head piece, boots, and reception dress: BHLDN / Groom, groomsmen and ring bearer bow ties: FORAGE / Bridesmaids dresses and head pieces: Vintage. Bridesmaids boots: Modcloth / Flower girl dresses: Tea Princess / Bride and flower girl moccasins: Minnetonka / Frances the pug’s collar: handmade by Ashley Meaders / Invite printing: Baltimore Print Studios / Hair: Brandi Lisenbe of DoorDyeTX / Makeup: Ginny Lee / Gourmet Mobile Wood Fired Pizza Oven: Bola Pizza / Family Style Dinner Catering: Royers / Cakes: DeCapo’s Bakery / Beer & Booze: provided by Lonestar Beer & Titos Vodka / Vintage Place Setting Retal: Lindsey’s Whimsys / Homemade Jam favors: Sqirl / Photobooth: Smilebooth

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Comments

  1. Oh MAN. Heart stopping, really. The “branding” of this wedding is fantastic.

  2. ALL the feels

    This is seriously fantastic.

  3. that wedding was so hype on so many different levels

  4. it was so hype. i had a great time capturing it and dancing!

  5. Why is it so washed out looking? It’s really irking me.

  6. That looks like it was amazing!

  7. probably only the most awesome wedding i’ve seen.

  8. W.O.W. There aren’t words for this wedding. Gorgeous, stunning, lovely, etc just aren’t quite enough.

  9. Gooooorgeous wedding. I always though “Skinny Love” was about love lost though, anyone?

  10. Can’t get anymore vintage and rustic than that!! love it :)

  11. No more words, really fantastic. I love it all your photos and never seen ever before it, the last four photos are very awesome, i bookmarked it. Thanks for sharing us such a wonderful event with us.

  12. Love everything about this wedding. Who made the sign in the first photo on the wooden fence?

  13. This wedding is so…cool! I love the look; would never work for our wedding, but I think it’s so unique and it looks like they had an absolute BLAST!

  14. This wedding has so much detail and personality…it’s beautiful! Especially love the hobnail glasses, the different chairs, the color block flower arrangements, the blankets…it’s all very beautiful!

  15. Those feathers take the cake,…no pun intended :-)

  16. Those feathers.. amazing details!

  17. Stupid first song. Skinny love is a song about a relationship thats not nourished, un healthy one. He’s explained this before. Dumb choice.