Green and white. Such a beautiful, organic palette to build on for an outdoor wedding, especially when that wedding takes place in the summertime in a meadow on your fam’s farm. Lindsay + Cam’s celebration sure makes a good case for the less is more approach when it comes to design, with every detail taking a cue from the farm itself. And boho brides, there’s some serious bridal party fashion inspo for you to scoop up too… Thanks to Christina Harrison Photography for sharing!
It’s about a mile walk from the property’s barn area through the woods and to the meadow where the ceremony was, which sounds like a pretty magical way to make an entrance, if you ask us.
Lindsay tells it, We wanted the colors and style to reflect the meadow and the nature that surrounded us at my families special place and not take away from it, just accent it enough. The design of our home is very neutral with lots of natural light and open space. This is just what we feel comfortable in and loving the outdoors as we do we felt we wanted to do as little as possible and let the nature speak for itself—greenery, raspberry bushes, birds, crickets, fireflies, trees in the wind, etc. We chose tans, beiges, muted pinks, and lots of greenery. Very simple, airy, and romantic.
They handcrafted all the signage leading through the ceremony, the benches, and lots of decor throughout the reception.
Her ethereal Grace Loves Lace ‘Tara’ gown is pretty stunning, yeah?
The bouquet recipe by Fond of Florals: peonies, garden roses, eucalyptus, scabiosa, stock, wax flower, delphinium, genestra, ranunculus, oregano, lambs ear, poppy pods, rustica, grapevine.
The family farm was a place I’d held special in my heart for a very long time. It was purchased the year I was born by my grandparent on my fathers side. We grew up gardening, hunting, fishing, camping, having Easter egg hunts, riding golf carts, bird watching, and admiring God’s creation here. As I grew older I began to fall in love with it even more. It was a place I could “escape” to. When I met Cam in high school and we started dating, it was one of the first places I wanted to introduce him to. We both love it out there and it just said “us”. My grandfather, who I was very close to, also passed away before we were married and it was his special place. We also in a way, did it for him.
After an intimate ceremony, they invited more friends + fam to join them for the reception on the other side of the property.
Prettiest dessert award!
Did L’s family friend and photog Christina Harrison capture some incredible shots, or what? You can see more of them in our gallery below!
Wishing you the best, Lindsay + Cameron!
Photography: Christina Harrison Photography / Videography: Midwest Media Productions / Venue: Grandparent’s Family Farm, Eustice Family Farm / Planner: Bride / Florist: Fond of Florals / Hair: Bride / Makeup: Michelle Greene / Invitations: Minted / Cake: Cakes By Beth / Catering: Shake It Up / Rentals: Canopeum / Silk Ribbon: The Poetry of Silk / Bride’s Dress: Grace Loves Lace ‘Tara’ / Veil: Family Friend / Ring: Designed by Groom, made by Jackie of Plata y Oro Jewelers / Lip Gloss: NYX Crème Brulee / Bridesmaids’ Hair: Tavani Salon & Spa / Groom’s Suit: H&M / Shoes: Steve Madden / Tie: Ties.com / Wedding Band: Plata y Oro Jewelers / Groomsmen Shirts: H&M