Such a pretty wedding to share with you guys today! Bethany & Russell‘s wedding is pure DIY madness. Seriously, nearly everything was designed, crafted and baked by the bride, groom, or friends & family. Plus it’s got a big helping vintage and just a dash of natural beauty via the great outdoors, pretty gold sequins, and other shiny things… doesn’t that sound amazing? The photos (especially the ones by the stream!), by James Moes are beautiful.
A pre-wedding picnic photoshoot by the stream? Yes, please! These photos turned out so perfect, what a quaint little spot away from it all… we could spend an entire day there! Yes, it’s kind of photoshoot-y, but they surely had such a perfect time alone together before the party started.Making good use of the lush moss-covered trees by hanging old wedding photos of family… a brilliant use of their surroundings and a sweet nod to their heritage. This pie, cake and tart-filled table is dreamy, just the way a dessert table should be. Vintage postcards and other fabulous prints strung up on colored string for a beautiful yet simple DIY project. Stylish, fun, gorgeous, and memorable – the perfect wedding recipe! Congrats, Bethany & Russell!
Photography: James Moes / Bride attire: Val Stefani by Moonlight / Groom attire: H&M / Planner/Stylist: Bride / Catering: Olive Branch Catering / Flowers: Sandy Stobbe, friend of the bride/mother of maid of honor / Venue: groom’s parents’ backyard / Cakes: Baked by the bride with much help from Sandy Stobbe, family members and other friends / Cakestands: Handmade by the bride / Stationery: Hand drawn and screen printed by the groom. / Pennants: made with heirloom fabric by mother of the bride