1. Modern Day Medieval Wedding Featuring Peacocks, Jugglers, & Thrones

    Juggling. Only the skilled can truly do it. It is always mesmerizing, captivating audiences with the success or even potential failure of the juggle. Our bride, Brandi Slater, was equally drawn into the juggling world, attending Sonora Celtic Faire, where she first laid eyes on Kevin Axtell who had been bitten by the juggling bug since 1998. Their shared passion in the juggling world ignited their love for one another & when the time was right, naturally only a medieval themed wedding would do! Our couple had their renaissance feel wedding on a friend's private property, which featured a tavern, beer barrels, castle, thrones, peacocks, archer targets, jousting arena, torture cages, and fire show. Even the guests were asked to dress the part, completing the full experience of this Medieval wedding! This isnt your everyday wedding and that is exactly why we love it!

  2. A Fuchsia Filled Cape Cod Wedding In The Amongst The Windmills

    There is a certain mystic to Cape Cod weddings. A feel of old world and tradition. Ashleigh Carney & Matthew Carney recently married at the Orleans Inn in Connecticut, playing up bright poppy colors of fuchsia, orange, green & touches of light pink. Opting to stage their ceremony next to a stunning old gray windmill along the bay, Ashleigh & Matthew created a dreamy world for their wedding day. Playing in the sand, posing the beach cruisers, our couple made the most of their Cape Cod wedding!

  3. A Tractor Driven Bridal Party Sets The Tone For A Virginia Country Wedding

    Bright greens & strong violet infused blues create the frame work for this country Virginia wedding. Libbie Doss & Cord Doss were married on a farm, utilizing the natural surroundings for all they were worth! Capitalizing on giant round hay bales, our couple staged these gentle giants into a line, creating a reveal barrier for the ceremony, which was completed with vintage doors to either side of the aisle. The wedding party was tractor driven, while guests were treated to a Sunday bar later in the evening!

  4. An Upscale Take On Beers & Bikes In A Slightly Corky Fort Collins Colorado Wedding

    As you know from yesterday's post, when I saw Pamela Lerfald & Nick Davis's wedding photos I quickly jumped on board with doing a 2 day feature of this adorable couple from engagement to wedding! If you missed the Tour de Fat inspired Beers & Bike engagement session check it out here! Now onto the main event, yes?! Keeping with the bicycle theme, Pam & Nick expertly wove 2 wheeled fun machines into a well refined slightly off beat gorgeous wedding. Bike elements were incorporated everywhere from escort card displays, table numbers, guest gifts to even their unique take on a wedding cake! This wedding has everything from a sweetly done first look to completely lovely photography which really gives you a strong feel of not only the emotions but the moody weather our couple faced! Pam is a doey eyed stunner whom the camera seems to be utterly smitten with and Nick is simply old school handsome. This wedding has a lot of wonderful simple touches that prove not every wedding needs to be dripping in crystals to make it chic.