The details of this wedding came together so wonderfully. Don’t you love the custom corn hole game? What a fun activity for guests. You should also probably know that Joy made all of those flowers out of recycled water bottles!

Oh and the music! I’m so sorry you can’t hear it! It was mostly original score preformed by their amazingly talented friends.

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Photography by Our Labor of Love by David and Kendrick

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Comments (8)

holly | Reply

what a color explosion. i love it!

Isabelle | Reply

It’s just too sweet! The colors, the outdoors, the whimsy! So fun!

Hilary Fruiht | Reply

WHAT! Recycled plastic bottle flowers?! I smell a tutorial! Super duper cute wedding!

Leigh | Reply

Gorgeous, vibrant wedding!
Did you make that cornhole set yourselves? We are hoping to have one at our outdoor wedding next month.

Angela Gaspar Photography | Reply

I love the colorful 60’s vintage vibe of this wedding! Super fun!

nichole | Reply

that baggo board rocks!!!

Bea | Reply

They had original musical compositions?! I’m so jealous!

Jo | Reply

I love the colorful altar! How are the branches put together? And how did you get them so colorful? Are the branches handmade or purchased?

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