A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange
Photos by Markie Jones Photography

Angel and Shanti pulled from pagan, Christian, and viking traditions to create their amazing outdoor ceremony. Everything from the groomsmen sashes to the floral arrangements was DIYed. In a super badass move, the couple exchanged swords instead of rings.

Don't miss the natural wheat and log decor, the baby's breath-covered cake, and the cute and rustic lawn games…

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A DIY viking wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

A viking DIY wedding with a sword exchange

Vendors

Photography: Markie Jones Photography • Venue: Brookstom Creek • Makeup Artist: Vashta Fitzpatrick

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