Skye & Evan's woodland Twin Peaks wedding #Real Weddings: Northeast US#barn#donuts#forest#logs#pennsylvania#plus size#rustic wedding#tattooed bride#tv Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Sep 8 2015) Offbeat Editors Photos by: Kayce Shoffner Photos by Kayce Shoffner The Offbeat Bride: Skye, Nail Technician Her offbeat partner: Evan, Tester/Inspector Date and location of wedding: Historic Round Barn, Biglerville, PA — June 14, 2015 Our offbeat wedding at a glance: Evan and I are high-school sweethearts and have been happy for nine years. Our wedding was themed around the woods, with a Twin Peaks undertone. We chose all of the elements of the wedding and were able to keep it pretty classic while adding some fun elements from my favorite show. Tell us about the ceremony: The ceremony was held in the trees, overlooking a vineyard. My grandfather was the minister who married us, along with my younger cousin playing a violin solo as I walked down the aisle. As a symbol of unity, we released two beautiful white doves. We loved that everyone was shuttled to the ceremony site by a small bus. Tell us about your reception: The cocktail hour kicked off with an espresso bar serving iced and hot coffee, along with fresh-squeezed lemonade. Inside the barn, we had gourmet donuts and jazz music. We entered to "Falling" by Julee Cruise to keep with the Twin Peaks theme. Dinner was locally sourced chicken and fries from The Chicken Truck (similar to the Meals on Wheels included in the show). The decor was black and white chevron over mint tablecloths. The centerpieces were logs with wildflower arrangements, and each seat had a wood slice charger. What was your most important lesson learned? I would have to say that if I had hired a wedding planner, I may have been able to enjoy the process more. There were so many details to worry about. Vendors Photographer: Kayce Shoffner Videographer: Bradley Atom Hair: Rachel Turley Makeup: Tasia Mitropoulos Catering: The Chicken Truck PREVIOUS Outdoor, destination, and backyard: how to find your match in wedding reception venues NEXT Capturing stray photons and telling stories with D.C.'s L Hewitt Photography Show/Hide comments [ 12 ] Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Mazel Tov to Skye and Evan! Love all the details and the relaxed vibe. Now for the question I've been dying to ask: do all of you (maid of honor included) go to the same tattoo artist? If so, who is it? I love love love MOH's half sleeve…and I'm thinking of expanding my shoulder piece 😉 Reply Thank you so much!! We all have gone to several local artists, but that tattoo is actually a cover up done by Christina at Yours Truly in Hagerstown, MD. Reply Yes!!! I'm in the DC area. May have to make a visit up to Christina 🙂 Reply The whole wedding is beautiful, but I just need to say that this bride is CRAZY GORGEOUS!! That dress! That headpiece! Reply Thank you so much!! You guys are amazing. Reply This looks so beautiful!! What was that colorful powder in the last picture? Reply We actually used smoke bombs for a few of our wedding photos. ?? Sent from Outlook Reply I was a tiny bit hoping for pie with the twin peaks theme but whatever it's so gorgeous. Kudos to your and your spouse Reply Oh no! You must have missed the pie! We served assorted pies instead of cake. The small cake was simply to cut. But thank you so much for the compliments! Sent from Outlook Reply Oh yay! I was waiting for the pie as I always loved Agent Cooper obsessing over the small town pies. I will admit that I only looked at these photos but not the video since I was on my phone. Such a clever and subtle theme. Reply Your dress is absolutely stunning. Where, oh where did you get it? Better yet, who makes it? This is the one time ever I'm hoping for something that isn't vintage. Haha. 🙂 Reply This is a Mori Lee dress actually! It was strapless, I had the cap sleeves beaded & attached. I'm actually selling my dress, depending on what size you need! Sent from Outlook Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! 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.