If you're a down-to-earth gal and a fabulous farm is your venue of choice then this Colorado wedding by Angie Wilson Photography will certainly make your heart flutter. It mixes some tried and true elements - mason jars, wildflower arrangements and honey favors - with some pops of fun and modern DIY details. I'm loving the perfect collection of stationery created by the crafty bride. You can see even more in the full gallery so get over there!
From Angie Wilson Photography...Gina and Kevin wanted to keep an organic farm/vintage feel to their wedding. The Farmette in Lyons was a perfect venue for that look and all of their DIY details made it complete. Gina made the invites (which were printed on plantable paper), as well as the guestbook cards. Guests enjoyed a variety of games, including a cornhole game that Kevin built and an old croquet set. Even the signs were made by the bride and groom. Gina’s aunt and uncle own an antique shop and loaned them lots of vintage goodies that were used as decorations on the farm.
Guests enjoyed a delicious BBQ dinner at a long, family-style table. Gina planted succulents in old coffee cans that sat on the table. Instead of wedding cake, Gina’s mom and sister made pies and Kevin’s parents brought cheesecakes from New York. After dinner a live bluegrass band (White Water Ramble) played lively music which was a perfect close to the day.
Wedding Photography: Angie Wilson Photography / Venue: Lyons Farmette / Florist: Fiori Flowers + (flowers from Lyons Farmette) / Band: White Water Ramble / Officiant: Kevin Bracy Knight / Caterer: Biscuits & Berries / Desserts: Newskete Bakery (cheesecake) + Homemade Pies