Emily and Travis had an epic DIY Viking wedding for the ages, all in their backyard. Wait till you see their medieval decor and their guests in costume!
We had no decor, only the crashing waves and stormy skies. Our friend and officiant started the ceremony with a reading of a poem JRR Tolkien wrote for his wife.
We had a Halloween elopment for insurance purposes, but we said our vows by a waterfall and the park was deserted and we really felt like we were the only two people in the world.
It’s like raaaaain on your wedding day… except super cute with amazing photos. If you’re planning on a few outdoor shots on any wedding day, having a whimsical and fun wedding umbrella is always a solid idea. And even if it doesn’t rain, you can still whip out your brolly for some cool shots.
Here are a few of my favorite wedding umbrellas for the perfectly soaking photo that will soon become your favorite…
he night was still young, and the rain was nowhere near stopping. By the time the couple was introduced for their first dance. The dance floor had turned into one big slip and slide, but Alex and Keith made the best of it. They spun, and fell, and got back up. They laughed, and laughed some more…
We had a small wedding with only 20 guests, but because it was small, we were able to have all guests participate in the all-white/beige Victorian theme. Most everything was handmade and sourced by us including hand-drawn and printed wooden invitations, bridal party gifts, individually selected vintage tea plates and cutlery, crystal coupe glasses, embroidered napkins, and all decorations.