Find the "one napkin ring" at this Middle Earth garden wedding

From yarmulkes with gold Gandalfs and flower crowns for everyone to guests were seated among flowers and ferns at different locations in Middle Earth, among folk from the realms of hobbits, elves, dwarves, and man, this was a Middle Earth garden wedding to remember. Let's explore the lawn games and Lord of the Rings decor at this magical wedding.


This woodsy chic backyard wedding was a labor of love

Corey and George had an intimate wedding that celebrated the vibrant colors of fall and their waterfront backyard venue in the woods. They grew their own flowers, and the bride's mother made her bouquet which included a deer horn to honor the bride's father and the groom's mother. The groom surprised everyone with a live band, and they provided a huge drawing board for the kids and anyone who wanted to leave a love note for them. It was a chic backyard wedding, and a lovely labor of love with local vendors and gorgeous details.


Don't miss the gorgeous mohawk at this wildflower wedding

Kristen and Tim's parents' house was host to their wildflower wedding with artist touches. Mismatched vases full of wildflowers and herbs like sunflowers, lavender, sage, and thyme (including the bride's bouquet!) adorned the trees, archway, and fences.

The bride is an artist and created the invitations, save-the-dates, AND the amazing coloring book favors which showed scenes of the couples from their favorite fandoms like Game of Thrones, Batman, and all kinds of video games. Definitely don't miss the dinosaur touch on their cakes and the kick-ass Neverending Story guest book.