Summer is here which means festival weddings are so on trend right now! You’ve already found the perfect location and booked your tipi but have you given any thought to your decor? Well, don’t worry as Stevie Jay Photography has done that for you! With it’s large, open space and surrounding fields, Emley Moor Mast was the…Details
Carissa and Cory tied the knot in the desert with style! Wearing a two piece wedding dress and floral crown the bride looked like a real bohemian princess. The ceremony took place in church and the reception party took place outdoors at a private estate in Indio just down the street from “OLDchella” which could be heard in the background. All the details were in place for this backyard DIY wedding. We love how they made the seating chart look like a stage bill for Coachella festival and they even had pool for guests to enjoy with top shelf cocktails, cigar bar, photo booth, tipis and my favourite a Ben & Jerry’s cart.
Brides to be, if you’re looking for fun, colorful and creative ways to dress up your barn for your wedding prepare to be delighted by today’s styled shoot! But don’t expect any rustic, vintage barn decor here, no way! This shoot took place at Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio, and features all sorts of modern, vibrant and geometric styling. Traditional barn weddings are taking a back seat to bright and bold tones and and we couldn’t be happier! Don’t you just love this barn with it’s huge yellow sliding doors, it provides the perfect pop of color as a backdrop.Details
I kind of feel like every day since I have been back from my holidays it has done nothing but rain! Any of you got that feeling? So I thought today’s wedding fit really well with my mood.
Mike and Emily are PhD scientists who work on solar panel research, so hosting their wedding at Pickards Mountain Eco-Institute in Chapel Hill was a perfect way to integrate their unique story into their wedding? Not to mention how handy it is to have a wedding party full of of PhDs when your reception tent floods and you need a team of engineers to construct a moat quickly. Where most wedding parties would have been at a loss as to how to help, Mike and Emily’s crew jumped right in to the flooded tent and quickly resolved the issue (go science and engineering!).Details