Here are a few more pictures and fun details from today’s featured Birds and Bees themed wedding…
Our lovely bride has been sweet enough to share ALL of her sources for this brilliant wedding…
Shoes: Jessica Simpson and had a pence for luck too from my English Grandmother, Maw.
Jewelry: from Amy Kuschel Bride shop
Other special apparel/accessories/elements you wore: jacket and sash were designed by Amy Kuschel
Groom suit by/from: Selix
Bridesmaid dresses: Jenny Yoo
Groomsmen suits: Selix
Floral designs by: Cherries in San Francisco, Kathrine Oliver
Catering by: PlumpJack Resort, Squaw Valley, CA
Cake/Dessert: Ben & Jerry’s “half baked” ice cream bars
Printed Materials (name cards, table cards, etc) by: Katy Jamison, Calligrapher. She also did our place cards, created stamps for our invitations, and designed our labels for our water bottles. She is creative and crafty!
Birds & Bees Custom Decor by: Cherries
Here are some interesting tidbits from the wedding…
Bride’s Bouquet Flowers was made of dahlias, roses, sweet peas, raspberries, herbs, bees
Bridesmaid Bouquet Flowers were chocolate cosmos, dahlias, sweet peas, raspberries, herbs
Grooms Boutonniere was made of berries, leaves, and dahlia
Groomsmans’ Boutonniere was made of dahlia, leaves, and berry
Bird Kites were used for a wedding march from our ceremony to plumpjack where the reception was held. The kites were actually used in the Olympics!
Menu Highlights included ahi tuna rolls, summer salad, environmentally friendly raised pork
The band that played during the ceremony and the “march” was a connection from me being a teacher and going on CA field trips. He was always my camp site leader and he played the guitar for my students. So I called him up in Oregon, where he lives, and he brought his family to play. My only request was “I Will” by the Beatles, which was played as we walked back down.
Hip Service played Scott and my first song via iPod: “Into Dust” by Mazzy Star; for my song with my dad: Joe Cocker’s song that Hip Service sang, “You Are So Beautiful”-b/c it was the first song my dad heard after I was born.
We had a PUNK ROCK band to conclude the evening! Los Infernos from Riverside. We shaved my husband’s head for the celebration!