a man who dresses with precision
a staunch minimalist
a talented graphic designer
a lover simplicity and forthright observation
a bunny lover to end all bunny lovers
a maker of elaborate crafts
a modern Betty Crocker - no really
a believer in nostalgia and in bringing people pies
What happens when these two fall madly in love and get married? This delightful "hipster-pinterest" wedding, that's what!
It was a grand event, meticulously planned, in which SO many people gifted the bride and groom with their time and talent. Everything came together seamlessly. There were a shocking number of flowers. There were punch bowls of craft cocktails. Chalkboard signs handwritten by the groom himself. A peanut butter and jelly bar. Walls of polaroids. So. Many. Pies. There were more hand crafted details than can be put in a blog post. It rained - a lot - which was actually perfect. The vows were touching. And the dance floor was packed until the very, very end of the night. I'm pretty sure it was the Best Wedding Ever.
When we first sat down to talk about their wedding photos, these cute nerds had a conflict. According to Angie, all photos need to be portrait orientation so that they will look amazing on Pinterest. According to Reed, the photos should be landscape because they work better that way on websites. Which is the most adorable argument I've ever heard of. (I hope I gave you enough of each!)
Thank you for inviting me to be a part of your day. It was truly amazing.
Hair + Makeup: Creative Beaute Agency (Poonoy and Amy Jo)
Dinner: Brasa (I have to say, one of the best meals I have ever had at a wedding!)
Pies- The Salty Tart
Cake - Made upon special request by Kristen Olsen from Betty Crocker Kitchens
Cookies- The Natoli Family
Venue: Rosenwood Farm
Video: See it here! Harvest Film Co.
Dress + Veil: Andrea's Vintage Bridal
Suits: J Crew
Red shoes: Modcloth.com
Bartenders: Give Us a Shot Bartending
DJ: Instant DJ Request (Travis)
Angie's rings: Mandrel Studio/Twist Jewelry
Reed's ring: Costco, baby!
Flowers: Special thanks to Pam and Nancy who, amongst other things, slept in their hotel room with the temperature set to 65 degrees just to keep the beautiful flowers fresh and perfect for the big day!
Bridesmaid Dresses: Custom made by sohomode on Etsy
Tent + Tables: Midway Party Rental
Officiant: Luke Dusek
Vintage Rentals (plates, some vases): Carver Junk Company