KIMBER and JAMES
Wow what fun it was to do this wedding!
The details from family history where so rich with this wedding!
Old Cameras from James' family treasures, and old pair of skates, and a much loved skate board... Kimber searched high and low for perfect sets of Salt and Pepper sculptures to give to each of the guests to take home as a special memory of the day!
Kimber's bouquet, we had an idea to involve all the guests that came to the wedding. There where little bundles of flowers, each with cards for each of the guests to sign a wish to Kimber, then these bouquets where taken with the guests to the ceremony site. As Kimber and her father passed by, the guests handed their bundles to the center aisle, and they collected them to create her bouquet! So sweet, so beautiful!
At the end of the aisle, Kimber's mother had a cluster with wedding bands of grandparents that have past. Then James came forward and tied her bouquet together with a silk ribbon.
Every table had a thoughtful design, each with a special nick nack from grandmothers house, or James' family home. All very special, all very heart felt.
One great day!
A small celebration to their trailer they have remodeled... in little areas, and from place to place, a mock of their trailer was a symbol on the cards, on the invites and on the favor boxes... just a hint of retro travel and fun!
Let me introduce you to Aimee Westcott. She is the photographer for this cute wedding. Her eye is capturing the sultry feel of the day. The sweet shots in time, and placement. Perfect eye for art meeting kindness. She makes warmth easy with a modern eye!
The Princess cake made by Sweet Cheeks Baking Company
flowers and decor by Carmin and her team
Yummy food and perfect Catering by Continental Catering