Monday, August 15, 2011

Phew

This weekend was my fifth wedding of the 2011 season. The bride started planning six weeks (WEEKS!) ago and brought me in soon after. We worked to create a wedding that was simple & elegant. 

With 60 guests the wedding was set to be an intimate outdoor affair, I spent the morning setting up a drink station and other outdoor decorations only to have to pull them inside when rain threatened and take them back out when the skies brightened. With 20 minutes until the ceremony the sky began to look like all hell would break loose. We started the ceremony early, got the happy couple married & all of the guests inside before the storm came in and the rest of the night went off without a hitch.

I'm still exhausted from the day so instead of blabbering on anymore I'll share some photos I caught with my phone throughout the day.





10 comments:

ourdreamlives said...

Gorgeous! This wedding looks so pretty from these pics, loving the signs! And a storm makes for some amazing cloud pictures :)
Sally

Suburban Sweetheart said...

Looks pretty amazing for only six weeks of planning!

Krysten @ After 'I Do' said...

Holy cow, 6 weeks!?! That would have STRESSED ME OUT!

Wedding Day Tree said...

So far, I love the wedding! Would you pass my blog to your bride, to see If I can ask her questions about her wedding, also post pictures of big day.

http://www.weddingdaytreeblog.com/

Maybe you wound like to do a vendor

interview as well? Let me know :)

la petite coquine said...

In just SIX WEEKS? I'm blown away!

conventionalbliss said...

I totally stalked all the pics on your fb over the wknd, BEAUTIFUL! I also stalked your gorgeous wedding photos, BEAUTIFUL! Have a great Tuesday, friend!

Mrs. Pancakes said...

Love short engagements! Look like she did a great job planning!

Caitlin said...

What a beautiful wedding, so many great touches. I can't imagine planning a wedding in six weeks!

Dana Richards said...

Looks so good despite weather issues! Congrats!

joyelement said...

How did you get your photographs to look like that (the color)? Is it a filter, or a computer program, mad skills? I love them, nice job!