From grandmothers as flower girls to daughters as bridesmaids, this wedding day was a true representation of a family affair.
This bride and groom had a unique and casual style that was the perfect blend for a super personal wedding celebration. As a couple that loves to camp, and a desire for a destination for friends and family to enjoy a weekend of adventure, they chose the perfect option with a Glamping Wedding Weekend. We are a little obsessed with the tents from Fancy Camps that came equipped with furniture and electricity (our kind of camping!), and it offered a fun and unique lodging option for their guests to stay close and have a mini getaway.
For their wedding design, they created a colorful and whimsical experience that celebrated their friends, family, and heritages in such a unique and special way. A touch of Irish (cue the bagpipes, whiskey, and Irish inspired food) blended with nods to the bride’s Native American heritage (tents, turquoise jewelry, herbs accenting the florals, and white henna body paint), which in turn created a unique and ultra personal celebration of this couple’s love!
We could seriously go on forever, but it’s really better for you to check out all of the beauty and magic that Jessica Connery Photography captured of the incredible talent this vendor team brought to making this eclectic camping wedding to life.
It is crazy to think that this beautiful wedding adventure started as a simple campground in the woods, and was transformed into a whimsical celebration for this couple. It’s clear that Sassy a la Mode brought her styling A-Game to this party, because it is nothing short of magical!
So, are you in for a Glamping Wedding Weekend? We are secretly hoping for an invite to one after seeing how incredible this day was.
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Event Planning and Coordination: Modern Chic & Shabby Events by Annie // Photography: Jessica Connery Photography // Assistant Photographer: Rudy of Rudy and Marta // Video: Lily Larson // Tents: Fancy Camps // Bride’s, Bridesmaid’s, and Flower Girl Dresses: Free People // Groom’s Suit: Studio Suits // Bride’s Earrings: Chrysalism Turquoise // Bride’s Silver Necklace: Etsy // Hair + Makeup: Laura Reynolds Artistry // Bridal Henna: Henna Allure // Event Furniture + Décor: Mimosas and Moonshine // Event Styling + Décor: Sassy a la Mode // Fireplace Monogram: Ten 23 Designs // Calligraphy: Carousel Atelier // Invitations + Weddings Bells Tribune: Leigh Le Creux // Florals: The Flower Studio // Catering: Chef Michael O’Brien of Corner Café // Desserts + Cake: The Bride!, Bakers Cottage Cakes // Bagpiper: Reginald Lyle
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