My sweet grandmother and grandfather made signs and a beautiful cross for the wedding. Daddy Tom (my grandfather) cut the wood for the signs and Mama Jan (my grandmother) painted them. Daddy Tom made the Cross for the ceremony from an old tree and covered it with grapevine.
Immediately following the ceremony our guests were handed cold Mint Mojitos, Sweet Peach Tea and Vanilla Lemonade.
Zack’s ring is one of the most sentimental details. His ring is made from the gold of his two grandfather’s rings. We had the gold melted down and then designed his ring to have a hammered tree look. I love how Our Labor of Love captured the rings on this rusty nail.
Lauren created some beautiful, but very budget friendly centerpiecs for her weddng and I can’t wait to share the beautiful images by, Our Labor of Love, coming up next…
Photographer Katie Grant recently travelled to Indonesia, where she photographed this modern bridal fashion editorial in the Prambanan Temple, an 9th century Hindu temple, revered as the most beautiful Hindu temple in the world. The expansive stone complex became the perfect setting for this modern bridal fashion inspiration: a chic column gown and simple greenery bouquet are a stunning contrast to the ancient setting.
Not every wedding guest list has to have every single one of your second cousins, their spouses and kids, and everyone from the neighborhood you grew up in. You might feel more at home with a very intimate wedding, maybe with just your siblings and parents.