One of the things I miss most about living in Wisconsin is the fall leaves – we just don’t get them like that in this part of California! I’ve chosen mostly muted tones here – browns and golds – and since it’s still just the beginning of fall, there’s some green mixed in there, too. How would you use fall foliage in your wedding or party?

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1. braid with fall ivy  //  2. golden oak leaf wreath  //  3. magnolia leaf escort cards  //  4. leaf stenciled cake  //  5. autumn leaf chair swags  //  6. pressed leaf cupcake toppers  //  7. dramatic arrangement with branches  //  8. bouquet with fall leaves  //  9. wine bottle decoration  //  10. foliage wedding arch

 

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Not quite ready to say goodbye to summer? I can’t blame you, especially when we’ve got a totally fun Lake Tahoe summer wedding to inspire us today. A few favorite things about this wedding? The lakeside setting, the sailboat table numbers, that the bride changed into her grandmother’s wedding dress for the reception, and the groom changed into shorts! Also, if you’re having a friend officiate your wedding and need some inspiration, do not miss Meagan and Kyle’s full ceremony!

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The Venue

“Lake Tahoe is a special place for me and Kyle,” says Meagan. “We’ve been coming up to the mountains from the Bay Area since we started dating both to ski in the winter as well as adventure and enjoy the water in the summer months. We considered a variety of different locations in the area, but after Kyle’s company hosted an awesome Fourth of July party at Gar Woods, we knew it was the perfect fit. The lakeside location is unbeatable, but what made the location a good fit was the great attitude of the restaurant staff – we knew they’d help us achieve our ultimate goal which was to throw an awesome celebration with our family and friends.”

 

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The Ceremony

“Our ceremony was extremely personal,” shares Meagan. “Our officiant was a family friend who I grew up with, and who ended up becoming close friends with Kyle when we first started dating. So, he knew us both extremely well, and he knew our relationship. He did a great job telling personal stories, while also including some jokes and fun anecdotes so that the whole thing didn’t seem to serious. I’m not a crier, but Kyle had tears in his eyes almost the whole time, which was really sweet, and kept me laughing throughout the ceremony.”

 

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Your ceremony in three words. Personal, Happy, Reflective.

How did you go about planning your wedding ceremony?  Since this was the first wedding that Graham had performed, we had to figure it all out as we went. We had no idea what we wanted, so we started with talking to our friends and family, and learning how other people had done it. Graham did a lot of legwork to create an outline for the ceremony and then we tweaked it from there. He also interviewed each of us separately and wove the stories that we told about each other into the ceremony. We knew we wanted my twin brother to do a reading and we looked all over the internet for the passage or story that would be the perfect fit and couldn’t find anything right. Our officiant had requested advice from each of our parents (both sets married over 30 years), and when we were about to settle on a reading, Graham suggested that my brother read our parents’ advice to Kyle and me instead of a more traditional reading. We loved it!

What was your favorite thing about your wedding ceremony?  I am so happy that we asked our friend Graham to officiate the ceremony – he did a better job than I ever could have imagined. He was able to speak personally about us, and our relationship over the past ten years, and I loved how he still kept it light and celebratory.

SEE THE FULL TEXT OF MEAGAN AND KYLE’S WEDDING CEREMONY HERE.

 

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The Reception

“Kyle proposed to me on a sailboat and we’ve always loved boating and the water, so it was no question that our wedding was going to be unabashedly nautical. (Kyle called it ‘extreme nautical.’) So I was really inspired by boating culture and the water. Other than that, we both agreed that we wanted our wedding to be a joyful celebration with family and friends, so we tried to stay focus on that as the goal for the event.”

 

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Please tell us about any special details from your wedding.  One detail that was really special to me was my grandmother’s dress. I have had my maternal grandmother’s dress in my closet since I was a kid, and always wanted to wear it for my wedding. Since it is a tea-length dress, I opted to wear a classic long dress for the ceremony, and change into my grandmother’s dress for the reception. Putting it on was really special, and seeing the reaction of my family members (some who had even been at my grandmother’s wedding over 50 years earlier!) was really awesome. It was a special way to honor her. I wasn’t the only one with a costume change – Kyle and his groomsmen also changed into shorts, which was only fitting since he runs the American-made shorts company Chubbies Shorts (many of the guests were wearing shorts too).

 

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What was your favorite moment or part of the day?  It’s nearly impossible to pick a favorite moment because the every second of the day was magical! I especially loved taking the boat-ride after the ceremony with Kyle and my parents. We were on such a high from the ceremony, it was really awesome to escape for a moment with just us – not to mention to be on a stunning boat ride and looking back at all of our closest family and friends on shore!

What was the best advice you received as a bride?  Enjoy it! There is absolutely nothing like having your family and friends gathered to celebrate your relationship!

What advice do you have for other couples in the midst of planning a wedding?  Don’t forget why you’re doing this! Your wedding is about you-the bride and groom- and your love. if something doesn’t feel right, don’t waste your time and money.

Do you have any budget tips for other brides?  I was completely shocked with how expensive everything wedding-related is! My advice is to be mindful of everything you’re spending and don’t lose sight of your budget. We prioritized the items on our budget early-on, so that if costs changed, we knew where we should cut things. Since our top priority was enjoying the special time with our family and friends, location, bar and music were top priorities. From there, I knew photography was going to be the next most important, and we were lucky enough to find Sara & Rocky who were a great fit!  //  Thankfully, I really love projects and was able to save money by creating some of the decor and other details. My mom helped make the table-runners and my maid of honor spent an afternoon with me creating the fun flag bunting that we used to line the balcony. I was also lucky enough to have a friend set up our photo-booth for us (really easy if you have a camera, tri-pod, and a willing friend!).

Is there anything else that helps tell the story of your wedding?  Kyle and I have been together for over 10 years, and we started dating when we were 19, so our history together played a huge part in this celebration. There were so many things that had special meaning to us!

 

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Photographer: Sara & Rocky Photography / Event Planner: One Fine Day Events / Venue: Garwoods Pier and Grill / Bride’s Dress:  WToo Mimi / Veil: January Rose Boutique / Shoes: JCP, Brian Atwood / Groom’s Suit: Hugo Boss / Bow Tie: Kiel James Patrick / Shirt: J.Crew / Bridesmaids Dresses: Love Lane via Bella Bridesmaid / Groomsmen Bow Ties: Sperry Top-siders / Pants: J.CrewChubbies Shorts / Floral Design: Amanda Drobnica, Jiosia Designs / Rentals: Crux Events / Band: Orella Entertainment Group, Smash City Band  / Cake: Barbara Mott, One Divine Cake / Boat: Wild Goose II  / Videography: Natasha Drobina / Makeup: Kari Addison Beauty / Hair: Elyssa Corson, Greco Rose

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  • Nautical Wedding from Sara & Rocky Photography

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    From Lacy: “We had always planned on surfing the morning of our wedding, but I hadn’t counted on waking up to a torrential downpour – extremely rare for Northern California in September. We decided to go surfing in the rain anyway, and it was a great (albeit gray) way to start the day.”

     

    From Drew: “I love this photo because it highlights the moments that made our ceremony so memorable. The sun is shining, the setting is simply stunning, everyone is seated intimately under this grand oak tree, my mom is in the middle of saying something and my dad has this wide grin, I could go on and on. I was so happy Nirav ably captured it.”

     

    Photos by Nirav Patel. See Lacy and Drew’s wedding feature right HERE.

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    To really experience the best parts of any wedding, you have to be there. But if we’re lucky, brilliant photography (I’m looking at you Nirav Patel) and thoughtful write-ups from the couple (thank you Lacy and Drew) can help tell the story and make us feel like we were there. Or at least make us wish we were! This is one of those weddings that I just get the grins about every time I look at the bride’s face full of joy, or read what the groom wrote about how they found their venue.

    And yes. These two totally went surfing together the morning of their wedding.

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    The Location

    “We searched the state, from Cayucos to Mendocino, before finding an incredible location nearby to San Francisco in Bolinas,” says Drew. “A coastal town had always been our first choice, and this place is an incredibly beautiful hamlet with natural beauty, beaches, surfing, hiking, and even an honor system farm stand. We surf in the area most summers, and on every trip we marvel at how beautiful it is and how much we’d love to move there! But after all those trips we hadn’t found a wedding venue, so after a few calls and emails we had basically given up. Then, on one of our surf trips, we stumbled into conversations that led us to the wonderful private estate that the two of us immediately decided was the perfect wedding venue.”

     

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    Doesn’t Lacy has the greatest wedding day happy face of all time?! Her joy is absolutely contagious!

     

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    The Ceremony

    “We worked with our good friend Adam (who also officiated the ceremony) to write our wedding ceremony,” says the groom. “Adam has a knack with words and was so helpful in structuring a ceremony from scratch that worked really well. We tried to incorporate as many friends and family as possible so we could have a personal, intimate, yet approachable ceremony. We chose readings that channeled the unique setting of the ceremony and fit our personalities.”

     

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    Your ceremony in three words.  Playful, Intimate, Majestic.

    Did you include any traditions in your wedding?  We tried to incorporate traditions while making them our own. We wanted to break the glass but liked the idea of each of us stomping our own. We weren’t totally keen on a processional until we decided that each of us would enter the ceremony to our own piece of music. We had a first dance but cut it short, breaking into an impromptu choreographed dance routine with our families.

    What was your favorite thing about your ceremony?  We enjoyed our take on the Seven Blessings, where we prompted different friends and family to interpret seven themes – generosity and gratitude, love, laughter, health, adventure and outdoor pursuits, curiosity and creativity, and finally, community, family and friends – into their own (mostly short!) blessings for us. We didn’t know what everyone would say or do until go time; the blessings were unique, beautiful, and a wonderful opportunity for Lacy and me to sit back and appreciate our closest loved ones.

     

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    The Reception

    “When we were planning our wedding, we knew we wanted the weekend to have a few focal points,” shares the groom. “For one, we wanted to highlight the California coast, which we absolutely love and where we spend almost every weekend surfing together. Also, we wanted our wedding to be more than an afternoon – we wanted to find a destination our friends and family would be excited to visit, far enough from San Francisco so we could draw people away from their busy lives and into a mellow weekend by the beach. Finally, we wanted our wedding to be focused on celebrating natural beauty, enjoying great food, dancing to good music and having everyone we love together in the same beautiful place.”

     

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    What was your favorite moment or part of the day?  We both loved the moment we entered the barn to cheers from our guests; we paused a moment to take in the sounds and sights; and then we sat down at a beautifully decorated table full of our favorite people.

     

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    Please tell us about any special details from your wedding.  Looking back on the event, I think the details we really appreciate now are manifold – the custom watercolors on the escort cards by our friend Jon, and Drew’s mother’s calligraphy; Katie’s bountiful and delicious food; our insistence on surfing the morning of, even in the pouring rain (no one will forget the incredibly unusual September rain shower that cleared brilliantly an hour before the ceremony); Nirav and Fer’s willingness to hang with us all day (they’re the coolest); Svenja’s subtle, earthy, and creative touches; Rebecca’s reassuring calm and capability; the venue’s surreal ability to blend itself into the natural setting around it. But beyond the details, for the two of us and our families, just thinking about the wedding makes us smile, for which we’re so thankful.

     

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    What was the best advice you received?  Your wedding doesn’t have to follow some kind of template – incorporate the traditions that feel meaningful to you, and make up the rest. That, and make sure to spend time with each other on the day of the wedding. It’s amazing how quickly it can all fly by.

    What advice do you have for other couples in the midst of planning a wedding?  No matter how much or how little planning you do, your wedding will be tons of fun for you and your guests. The details you focus on should be the ones you personally enjoy. We spent more time thinking about and tasting food than probably anything else — and made searching for a wedding location into a series of weekend vacations! We recommend finding creative ways to keep the stress out of all the planning.

    Is there anything else that helps tell the story of your wedding?  One particularly unique aspect of our wedding was the housing situation – there are no hotels within 30 minutes of our venue, so everybody at the wedding was staying at one of an eclectic collection of beautiful coastal homes. Although facilitating this was stressful for us, it was wonderful to have everybody together in town all weekend, mostly within walking distance.

     

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    Photography: Nirav Patel / Event Planning & Design: Be Hitched / Venue: Private Estate in Bolinas, California / Bride’s Dress: Vera Wang / Shoes: Steve Madden / Groom’s Suit: Crown Tailor / Escort Cards: Jonathan Fetter-Vorm / Surfboards: Jimmy Lewis / Catering: Katie Powers Catering / Rentals: Classic Party Rentals / Transportation: United Coach Tours / Dessert: Bovine Bakery / Floral Design, Hair Pieces: Chestnut & Vine / Band: The Floorshakers / Ceremony Music: The Joy Drops / Hair, Makeup: Rebecca Taff / Second Photographer: Fer Juaristi
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  • Rustic Bolinas Wedding from Nirav Patel

    24 September 2014
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    I absolutely love how playful Kelly and Carlton’s wedding was! As photographer Kristi Wright shares: “The two of them got dressed together – something that doesn’t happen nearly enough. Kelly walked down the aisle to 100 kazoos humming Here Comes the Bride. There were pretzels from Easy Tiger and wood fired pizza from Bola Pizza. They wanted to spend time with their friends and family, no fussing over traditions. Just a gorgeous day together. It was awesome – a breath of fresh air to photograph.” Not to mention it took place at a wonderfully unique venue, during the beautiful Texas springtime…

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    Another playful detail? The guest book table had a doodle book, colorful pens, and a sign that read: Do you doodle? Find a page you like and let the book take you where it may. Don’t worry if you can’t draw or aren’t sure what to do. Just have fun with it.

     

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    The Venue

    “We got engaged in November and wanted to get married in the spring,” share Kelly and Carlton, “so our venue options were limited. I remembered the Plant from planning a bachelorette party a few years prior, and it was the first and only venue we visited. We knew immediately it was the place where we wanted to get married. The property is so unique and visually stunning, but what surprised both of us was how tranquil it is. As soon as you arrive all of your stress just evaporates.”

     

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    The Ceremony

    “We wanted a simple ceremony, something that was light and fun, not too serious,” says the bride. “We had my brother marry us, so the content of our ceremony was very personal. I had always thought there was something nice about the idea of saying traditional vows, the same ones your parents and grandparents said, and I was surprised to find out that there are hundreds of versions of ‘traditional,’ so we just picked out whatever sounded best to us. I had always had anxiety about walking down the aisle with everyone staring at me, so we handed out kazoos to our guests to play the wedding march as I walked down the aisle, which had me laughing the whole way.”

     

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    Your ceremony in three words.  Non-traditional, Playful, Brief.

    What was your favorite moment or part of the day?  After the ceremony was over, when Carlton and I were walking back down the aisle, there was a huge sense of relief knowing all of that nonsense was over and it was time to party.

     

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    The Reception

    Carlton’s co-worker told us that your wedding is the only chance you have to get everyone you love together in the same place,” says Kelly. “We kept that in mind when we were planning to remind us why we were even having a wedding in the first place. We wanted our wedding to feel like a family reunion or a backyard party – something relaxed and casual where people could just have fun.”

     

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    Please tell us about any special details from your wedding.  My grandfather’s friend, Jesse, is an amazing fiddle player. Growing up he would play at my grandparent’s parties and my grandfather would always pull me out to dance. My grandfather passed away a few years ago and having Jesse play our reception felt like having him there.

     

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    Did you include any traditions in your wedding?  We didn’t want anything to distract us from our guests and the fun of the evening, so there were no traditional elements planned for our wedding, but they sort of just organically occurred. Our 6 flower girls demanded that I toss the bouquet, and at the end of the night, Carlton and I ended up having a first dance.

    What was the best advice you received as a bride?  Not to get too caught up in the details. Which is much easier advice to give than to take.

    What advice do you have for other couples in the midst of planning a wedding?  Prepare to have the most surprising people questioning you about your choices. Really be true to yourself and what you want out of the day. And know that none of it really matters, because in the end you’ll be married.

     

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    Photography: Kristi Wright / Venue: The Plant at Kyle in Kyle, Texas / Bride’s Dress: Amy Kuschel / Shoes: TOMS / Stationery: designed by groom, printed by Vertallee Letterpress / Floral Designer: Bricolage / Music: Gumbo Ce Soir / Catering: Whole FoodsBola PizzaEasy Tiger  / Cake: Butterface

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  • Springtime Texas Wedding by Kristi Wright

    23 September 2014
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