This 1920′s wedding is so homemade, it’s homespun. Nearly everything was made by the bride, her mother or friends, including the blackberry preserve favors, a nod to the couple’s engagement that took place following an afternoon of berry picking near where the bride grew up. The straps of her lace Alyne Bridal dress are so seriously striking, we don’t mind when she turns her back on us. With friends like hers, we doubt she does much of that to anyone in the figurative sense. Kelsey Goodwin of KGOODPHOTO shot it all at this private residence, so you’ll see what we mean as soon as you check out all the homey vintage images in the full gallery!

Wedding Photography: Kelsey Goodwin of KGOODPHOTO / Wedding Venue: A Private Residence in Vancouver, British Columbia / Wedding Planning: The Bride’s Mother / Flowers: Purchased from Flowers from a Country Garden (604-530-4027) + Arranged by a Family Friend / Catering: Secret Service Event Staffing (604-340-6499) / Wedding Cake: DIY by a Family Friend / Jam Favours: DIY by the Bride + Her Mother / Wedding Stationery: DIY by the Bride & Groom / Music: The Bride’s Brother, A Family Friend + The Groom / Wedding Dress: Alyne Bridal via Ivory Brial / Hair: The Groom’s Sister / Makeup: Haut Minerals / Groom’s Tuxedo: Vintage via Woo Vintage Clothing

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