Christen + Justin were married on October 6th, 2012 at the Comus Inn in the SugarLoaf mountain. With the stunning fall foliage and rustic backdrop of the Inn, their wedding was picture perfect – and that’s straight from Keith Cephus Photography who captured Christen and Justin’s day! Continue reading
This small church wedding featured a rustic reception at the Bride’s family home filled with gorgeous details and endless smiles. Burlap table runners, simple centerpieces and a stunning buffet are just a few of the notable elements.
The guestbook desk is a perfect example of the homey, rustic feel, that the wedding portrays.
Working with Wildflowers
The wonderful thing about wildflowers is that they don’t appear overly structured and formal. They immediately contribute to a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Bachelor’s Buttons are the perfect flower for any ‘wildflower’ creations – the great thing about them is that they are incredibly easy to grow!
If you’re having a DIY summer wedding it would be a simple task to plant enough of them to decorate your entire event. They are hardy, beautiful and can be found in a plethora of pink, blue, purple and white shades. You don’t need to make full bouquets as the wildflower style is a lot more sparse.