I am loving all the sweet details from Laurie & Tim’s lovely outdoor wedding. Laurie’s rustic, wildflower bouquet paired with her pretty Alice and Olivia wedding dress complement each other so well especially in such a beautiful outdoor setting.
Venue: The Philo Apple Farm // Wedding Dress: The dress is by Alice and Olivia. Champagne color, silk, with a peekaboo back. It was personalized with vintage lace on the waist and buttons. The lace is from a etsy shop called TextileArtLace . Vintage french metal lace from the 1800’s. // Shoes: The shoes are Pantofola D’Oro, from boutique in SF called Workshop // Groom: Suit was custom made by a SF pop-up shop called Taylor Stitch // Rings: Erica Weiner // Photography + Paperie + Photo booth: Gather West // Originally featured on: Grey Likes Weddings

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Hot Chocolates - Clayton | Reply

Amazing outdoor pics….truly stunning!

xoxo

Ginny | Reply

Where are the stamps from?

Gather West | Reply

The stamps are vintage. It’s called Garden Botanical. You can still find them, but not super easy.

Gather West | Reply

The stamps are vintage. It’s called Garden Botanical. You can still find them, but not super easy.

canopy rental | Reply

Amazing photography! loved the simplicity and elegance of the wedding.

sheila | Reply

Love the rustic picture, flowers on the chair and and couple under the arch.
Beautiful

Nevesta | Reply

I love attention to details – very inspirational. In many cases the small details of wedding are what separate good wedding from super-awesome wedding.

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