Love knows no boundaries and the proof is in this Idaho wedding captured by Sara K Byrne Photography. Far from a church or a ballroom, this crazy cute couple exchanged vows in nature’s venue with friends and family and a canopy of trees to bare witness. And it’s gorgeous with hand-crafted details and an air of simple beauty that can only be found in the great outdoors. Who knows, campgrounds just might be the new venue du jour for 2013. Here’s to hoping. Catch even more of this natural beaut right here in the full gallery.
From Sara K Byrne Photography… Monica and Andrew were married in late July at Grayback gulch campground, about 15 minutes outside of Idaho City. The tall trees and wilderness served as a perfect backdrop for their ceremony and reception. Almost every part of this wedding was DIY with the help of their friends and family. Monica’s family cooked all the traditional Mexican food, her bridesmaids put together simple elegant bouquets, and their friends decorated with an eclectic style. When Monica and Andrew were separated for a time early on in their relationship, they each chose a special object to trade so they could have something of one another’s. Even though neither of them knew what the other had selected, they ended up trading small dolls that later became their cake toppers.
Wedding Photography: Sara K Byrne Photography / Wedding Venue: Grayback Gulch Campground in Boise, Idaho / Floral Design: DIY / Decor: DIY (Vintage and Eclectic finds) / Wedding Catering: Traditional Mexican made by Bride’s family / Wedding Cake: Homemade / Wedding Invitations + Programs: DIY by Monica + Andrew Mason / Wedding Dress: J.Crew / Hair: Lunatic Fringe