It is so special when a couple incorporates personal details into their wedding. It makes such an amazing day that much more memorable. This is exactly what Nate and Lindsay did for their nuptials. The two created a celebration that truly portrayed who they are. Lindsay’s bouquet and sash incorporated material from her mother’s wedding dress and Nate, along with his groomsmen and family, wore bowling shoes – a family tradition for special occasions. Vintage geological maps acted as decor and rocks as a guest book – a nod to the groom’s profession as a geologist. The two chose a cocktail-style reception serving miniature versions of their favorite dishes and even opted for Twinkies and ice cream over cake.
Lindsay and Nate incorporated the following Found pieces into their celebration: the Turlock Wooden Pew, Bannerton Wooden Doors, Abbott Photography Cabinet, Sturbridge Grey Settee, Largon Wingback Chair, Cassidy Side Table, Salem Painted Trunk, Wayne Grey Settee, St. Louis Trunk, Young Beige Wingback, Powell Gold Nesting Tables, Dante Upholstered Ottoman, Schubert Blue Settee, Sabrina Armchair, Longfellow Beige Settee, Rosa Beige Chair, Jonathan Club Chair, Leah Cream Table, Equestrian Side Table, Hugh Chicken Coop, Anderson Wooden Easel, Hawkins Desk, Pillows and the Radio Jet Wagon
Mark + Whitney are the cutest, aren’t they? I’m just loving all the color amidst the rustic woods in this playful e-session! So cute!