High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

February 2 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Love Charm Photo
High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding
Photos by Love Charm Photo

Tierra and Bradley got married at The Treehouse Camp at Maple Tree Campground, a Maryland venue with an ACTUAL HOBBIT HOLE. The natural result of this revelation was a mixed theme of Lord of the Rings and fantasy meets Pride and Prejudice meets Ireland. I feel a serious kinship here.

The guests came in fabulous garb, but nothing compares to the bride's gown that she designed her damn self. She bought the amazing corset and then crafted the leaf-adorned tulle skirt to match. Bradley channeled hobbits with this outfit and acorn boutonniere. Plus, there was a hooded cloak involved which we very much dig.

Don't miss the hawk delivering the rings, the gorgeous cake bedecked with mushrooms, acorns, and foxes (and sugar leaves made by Tierra!), the caramel apple wedding favors, and medieval-inspired feast. Apparently, Daenerys, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains, Mother of Dragons, etc. etc. won the costume contest at the reception. Win!

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse wedding

High fantasy meets amazing DIY at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

High fantasy meets a handmade gown at this treehouse camp wedding

Vendors

Photography: Love Charm Photo • Venue: Maple Tree Campground • Hair & Makeup: Bride's family • Dress: Made by the bride • Birds: Wedding Doves for Love • Bridesmaid Dresses: Moresca • DJ: Herb Cadle • Cake: Piece O' Cake • Officiant: Katie Mongan

Gallery

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME

  1. Loved all of these special touches with their tree house wedding. Everything from the gown to the table settings to the yummy looking cupcakes. Well done!

    2 agree
  2. Amazing theme, everything looked so beautiful. Particularly the married couple! Any wedding that has live birds/animals is always a hit with me.

    1 agrees
  3. Where did the men get their vests?! I'm looking for those exact vests for our groomsmen. Thanks!

  4. This wedding is PERFECT. We're doing a similar outdoor venue (sans Hobbit Hole, sadly) in Washington, and similar themes, and this is giving me all kinds of ideas. Thank you for sharing it!

    1 agrees

Join the conversation

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

No-drama comment policy

Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy.

Biz owners & wedding bloggers

Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.