This pair was able to plan an elopement long-distance to a place they’d never been just for the adventure. After that it was a Basque-themed reception in Idaho for their friends and family. Don’t miss the bride’s multiple dresses, the adorable photos after the ceremony, and retro details everywhere. Oh, and wait until you hear what happened to their cakes!
The details in this wedding are ultra fun: pinwheels, a crocheted bouquet and boutonnieres, lawn games in the park, a purty ring puppy… not to mention a Mexican buffet and a meaningful cheesecake! Yep, meaningful. You’ll see why. This bride completely battled through a new diagnosis to get through wedding planning, and her love and perseverance shine. Plus, she has some advice for taking on the haters that any of ya’ll can use.
This week we’re letting our hair down and getting back to nature in the wild, wild outdoors! And this one is all about an mountain-loving, cliff-hiking, wanderlusting couple in northern Idaho. There is much to love: map flowers, tear-jerking vows, and epic scenery. They even had meaningful cupcake flavors!
It’s probably because they were in YOUR shoes once — a fun couple planning an non-traditional wedding — that their business is so tailored to offbeat couples. R+A Photography is all about being straightforward, travel-friendly, with non-crazy-making prices, oh! and a special deal for our readers, of course.
Lenore & Andrew aren’t quite ready to grow up. So they used A LOT of bright colors, kids’ toys and games to help decorate. AND they had their wedding ceremony ON a jungle gym in a park! Then after they exchanged rings, they slid down the slide to end their ceremony.
The Offbeat Bride: Miranda, Juvenile Court Employee Her Offbeat Partner: Josh, Web Developer Location & date of wedding: Wedding: Lochsa Lodge in Northern Idaho; Reception: Miranda’s Parents’ Backyard in Boise, Idaho — Wedding, June 11, 2009; Reception, June 13, 2009 What made our wedding offbeat: One of our favorite places on earth is the Lochsa […]