Erin worked with Adornements Flowers to create the driftwood arch and hydrangea petal aisle for the ceremony. I have such a soft spot for driftwood, so I absolutely love the idea of creating an arch out of all the different pieces. And how sweet are her little attendants below all lined up against the barn?


Some of the details from Erin and Chuck’s cocktail hour included mason jars with straws filled with “love bucket brew” for their guests to enjoy, parasols to provide shade from the sun, and most importantly being surrounded by the people you love most in the world…


I have so many gorgeous images from their reception coming up next!

Photography by Corbin Gurkin


Comments (11)

bridal girl | Reply

The reception venue looks awesome and your photographer is awesome. Where did you get your photographer? I just love the pictures… And I guess more are coming up, right?

Erin | Reply

Corbin Gurkin is our photographer and she was beyond amazing!!! She is like a photography ninja. You don’t even notice she is there and then all of a sudden she is sending you these beyond gorgous photos. love it

Tessa | Reply

Aww…such a sweet sedding. I love the “luv bucket brew”!

Olivia | Reply

I love the gray suits. I might have to get one for my man to wear on our wedding day. Thanks for sharing your wedding, Erin. It was fabulous!!!!!!

wide open spaces | Reply

not surprisingly – Erin nailed it. Really beautiful…every detail.

Emily @ Peach & Pearl | Reply

That driftwood ceremony piece is beyond AMAZING! I almost can’t believe my eyes.

Abbie | Reply

Love the ‘Today Was A Good Day’ picture – where did you get it from?

Amazing pics x

Stacy | Reply

getting back to those suits…where are they from?

Sarah | Reply

Where was this location?? So cute!

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