If ever there were a spot perfect for an intimate, outdoor wedding, this surely would be it. This lakeside soiree was designed by the loveliest of lovelies, Erin of Dandelion and Grey and her style is spot on gorgeous mixed with a little vintage and a smidgen of boho. And the best part? There are so many steal-worthy details. Photographed by Leila Brewster Photography, this shoot gets the award for best use of indoor items in the great outdoors. Kudos ladies.
From Dandelion and Grey:
We started the day with a charming sweet tea stand underneath a giant tree in one of the venue’s expansive meadows. A vintage basket-turned light fixture hung over a classic white farm table, displaying the jug of tea, mason jars, a vintage fan and potted herbs. A lemon juggling contest broke out next to the set-up and was sweetly captured by our photographer.
The “ceremony” took place lakeside with a charming row boat and lots of trees as our backdrop. Mismatched white farm chairs and vintage dressers bursting with flowers flanked our aisle, made sweeter with three striped rugs boasting as our runner. As the newlyweds walked back up the aisle, guests were informed to shower them with birdseed for good luck. Everyone then made their way to the dining table, set up next to the lake decorated with antique brass and glass lamps, a burlap runner and vintage china & silverware.
A photo booth with a DIY message garland was set up for “guests” to enjoy with an old rusty ranch table propping up a suitcase holding vintage cameras & other fun props. Beautiful silk ribbon hung as the photo booth backdrop. The night ended with everyone gathered around the venue’s fire pit to toast the “newlyweds” before sending them off!