As we’re enjoying our Wedding Wednesday morning, let us indulge in this dapper wedding, shall we? So many impressive DIY details, a beautiful lace gown designed by the Bride’s own mother that is simply amazing, and a Groom in a three-piece suit. Elisabeth Carol Photography has really treated us to some eye candy with all of these details and if you’re anything like me, you’re drooling. See it all in the gallery right here.
From Elisabeth Carol Photography… Michael and Leah had an intimate traditional Jewish ceremony on the bride’s family property in October. Leah wore a wedding dress handmade by her mother, made especially for Leah. The bride and groom signed a traditional Jewish Ketubah, signifying the commitment they were about to make to one another in just a few short hours. The ceremony took place just across her childhood home with 100 guests. Leah and Michael said their vows under a handmade arbor that held their Chuppah. Their reception took place on the side of their home under twinkle lights and antique chandeliers that Leah’s mother had collected. All of the pottery used for their family style dinner was hand-made by Leah’s mother as well. The food and flowers were all prepared and supplied by Leah’s family and friends. The bridal party danced the night away on Leah’s family’s outdoor dance floor.
Wedding Photography: Elisabeth Carol Photography / Wedding Venue: The Bride’s Family Home in Keller, Texas / Floral Design: DIY by a Family Friend / Catering: DIY by Family Members / Wedding Cake: DIY by a Family Friend / Pottery: Sue Salstrand (Mother of the Bride) / Wedding Dress: Hand-Made by the Bride + Her Mother / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Ruche + ModClothRuche is a member of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.