There is something so absolutely comfortable about this wedding in the most beautiful way. Having been to and shot a LOT of weddings, comfort is sometimes a rarity as most wedding days seem to be a frenzy of chaos. And…yes, even though there are plenty of lovely details here and a lot of time and effort and planning went into making this day as beautiful as it was, still there’s nothing stuffy or too perfect and everyone is simply having a marvelous time, especially bride and groom Heather and Ryan…just the way it should be, right? Photographed by Sasha Felix Photography, Heather and Ryan’s lovely wedding is such the breath of fresh air, it is quickly becoming top on my list of favorite wedding posts for the year!
Photographer: Sasha Felix Photography
Caterer: New World Home Cooking – firstname.lastname@example.org
Invitation Designer: Wedding Paper Divas
Other: Betsi Ewing Studio
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: J. Crew
Event Venue: Ashokan Dreams B&B
Submission via Two Bright Lights
And here are some words from bride Heather on their wedding details:
“We used mixed clear and blue Mason Jars bought at local yard sales for decoration,vases and also table numbers. We also used little wood pieces painted black and wrote numbers on them with chalk. Then we tied the numbers using twine and old fashioned clothes pins. We bought a fuji mini Polaroid camera and set up photo area for friends using an old window and we made a collage of old photo’s of us throughout the years that consisted of mainly high school and college years, when we were (youngins). We picked old frames and had family wedding photo’s also displayed local honey from West Shokan, used for take home gift and table assignments tags for honey stained with tea and handwritten, handpicked wild flowers, Ikea lantern Orbs, deer antlers bought at a local yard sale, wooden frames bought at local flea market strung with twine for photo booth, construction paper mustache, lips and glasses from Etsy, Vintage tins, Vintage Vases, Vintage Table runners…all bought and collected locally and through family.”
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