From mis-matched mint and blush bridesmaid dresses to the garland clad reception tabletops, every element of this Lavender farm wedding was inspired by a garden-like feel. The bride & groom incorporated a lot of florals, some sentimental elements, and a few pieces of DIY decor such as customized geodes that served as both favors and place cards. Another fun detail? “On the back of the bride and groom chairs the signs read “Better Together” inspired by on one of their favorite songs from Jack Johnson. And for dessert, instead of the classic cake for guests, the two decided to have small specialty pies made for everyone.” says photographer, Kristine Herman.
The most memorable part of the day was walking down the aisle and finally seeing Sean for the first time. There was so much anticipation and nerves built up, but that all seemed to go away the minute I saw him. Also, during the ceremony looking out at all of the guests and thinking, “Wow look at everyone that came to support Sean and I. We are so lucky and so loved.” Other special touches included my sister, maid of honor, and I all wrapping our Grandmother’s necklaces around our bouquets, and Sean carrying his Grandfather’s pocket watch for the day.