You'll wish you also had six wings after you see this Renaissance fantasy wedding

September 2 | mswolfgang  
Photos by: Minerva Photography
Fairy bride and Scotch groom in the sunlight
Photos by Minerva Photography

Katherine and Chris chose the perfect environment for their Renaissance fantasy wedding last October: a spot nestled in the trees and ferns of a Florida urban wilderness. Katherine's epic fairy wings (SIX wings — I've never seen anything like them) turn the mystic atmosphere up to 11. Chris' kilt and custom leather shoes add a Celtic flair. The programs are scrolls. And, oh, were you curious about their officiant? Let me introduce you to Elrick the Apothecary, a notary who happens to enjoy roaming around Ren Faires, educating people about herbalism, and officiating weddings in his spare time.


Bride putting on earrings

Dragon ring shot

Flowers in bridesmaids hair

Scrolls as programs

Scrolls as programs II

Wildflowers

Unity candles

Fairy flower girl

Bride with six wings walking down the aisle

Six winged bride with Scotch groom and RenFaire officiant

Handfasting

Groom and groomsmen in kilts

Fairy flower girl II

Bride with six wings and bridesmaids

Six wings in the sunlight

Sweetheart table with goblet

My Little Pony cake toppers

Scotch groom and fairy bride on walking bridge

Vendors

Caterer: Park Avenue BBQ Grill • Floral Designer: Field of Flowers • Dress: David's Bridal • Invitations: Vistaprint • Men's Attire: Heritage of Scotland • Officiant: Elrick the Apothecary • Photographer: Minerva Photography • Shoes: Son of Sandlar • Venue: Fern Forest Nature Center

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    • Those bridesmaid dresses looks like they came from holy clothing and they have a website, I love their dresses! I own two dresses so far from there.

  1. Your wedding is just beautiful, I can feel the love through these gorgeous photos! Congrats!

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