To know me is to know that I wholeheartedly adore Father of the Bride and with that comes a deep love for a great backyard wedding. So much so that if my parents’ home could have accommodated 150 guests, you best believe that is exactly where I would have said “I do”. This Bride hit the jackpot in the awesome-childhood-backyard-department and thus lived out my Father of the Bride fantasy with an all white wedding crafted by Sugar Rush Events + The Flower House and photographed by onelove photography. It’s a true beauty and you can see even more right here.
From the Bride… Having the wedding in my parent’s backyard was something that could never be replicated again. We wanted to be able to go back to my parent’s house and re-live the memory of our wedding night. We had a pipe and drape built as the alter of our ceremony. There were three chandeliers hanging from white linen that was swept back by white hydrangeas and pieces of queen anne’s lace. The catalan tables were accented with blush lace table runners and centerpieces that had crisp white flowers with organic dripping green accents. Every other chair had lavender pashminas for all the female guests to bring home as a favor.
Photography: onelove photography | Videography: The Sunday Saloon | Flowers: The Flower House | Wedding Dress: Claire Pettibone | Stationery: Jenn Gaub | Shoes: J.Crew | Caterer: Mangia Mi/ Peter Cedolini | Hair: Jerol's Hair Salon | Event Designer/Coordinator Name: Sugar Rush Events/ Kristen Jensen | Makeup: Sara Smith of Bobbi Brown | Suit: Indochino | Veil: Marina Morrison