What do you get when you pair a wedding with an Anthropologie designer? Umm, you get vintage gorgeousness done so very right. And the bet part? For a girl that gets to play with pretty stuff all day, she managed to incorporate the stuff in a way that feels so loving, so thoughtful, so incredibly “right.” With photos from Beca Companion, this wedding is loveliness defined. More here!
From the bride…As cliche as it sounds, our story can be summed up in four words: love at first sight. We met at a college bible study and the second we saw each other, we knew. There was this feeling deep down that one day we would be husband and wife. Fast forward three years, one dog and thousands of text messages, Adrian proposed–completely out of the blue. I always thought I would know the day he proposed, but when I walked over the hill at a park one Sunday, my heart stopped beating as I saw him standing in a field surrounded by candles and holding flowers. When he asked me to marry him, I could only say yes. I can’t imagine my life without him by my side.
Our day was nothing short of magical. With the help of family and friends, it was a mixture of handmade touches and Etsy findings as we tried to combine the old and the new together. We built signs for the pathway leading from the ceremony to the reception that had the traditional vows written on them, and my flower crown was handmade using the base of my mom’s veil. We loved the search that came about with our wedding to find the perfect venue, the perfect wedding cake topper (ReadyGo on Etsy), and the perfect send off. As difficult as it was to DIY most of our wedding and plan it ourselves, it made the big day that much more special.
Photography: Beca C Photography | Videography: Regan Kramer | Florist: Flower City Florist | Cake: Amy Ramsaran | Make Up: Stephanie Willacey | Makeup: Stephanie Willacey | DJ: Regis Kramer | Bridal Dress: David's Bridal | Bridal Shoes: Anthropologie | Ceremony + Reception: Bonnette Hunt Club Lodge + Banquet Facility | Menswear: Topman