- May 22, 2017
- 1 min read
Andrea+Bennett :: 4.21.17
When planning an outdoor wedding, every bride's biggest fear is rain, yet when it poured during this al fresco, spring wedding on the farm, this bride and groom kept their cool. We provided the couple with clear umbrellas and Gray Kammera captured the most darling photos of the pair. Best of all, when the glowing newlyweds ventured out into the rain for their first look, they were treated to a break in the clouds. A simple, organic approach with dusty blush and pops of bold fuchsia in the bouquets and boutonnieres brightened this rainy day.. | Photos by Gray Kammera
Inspired by the long wait for winters end, this gilded golden celebration was anchored by it’s soft, yet romantic spring florals and the brides beautiful lace gown. By pairing the nude palette with a golden details and pops of pink, we captured the romantic and intimate feeling of this bride and groom. The crafted decor perfectly complimented our reception barn with its ornate woodworking details and beautiful natural light, even despite the rain.
Planning, Design, Decor, Floral + Coordination | Mint Springs Farm
Photography | Gray Kammera Hair + Makeup | Paisley Starks Caterer | G Catering Desserts | Dulce Desserts Officiant | Rob Taylor Videographer | Timothy Monnig DJ, Emcee, Photo Booth | Snyder Entertainment