Laura and Kyle were delightful to work with – passionate about each other, nature and their August 27 destination wedding at Historic Cedarwood! They met in Montana and being outdoorsy adventurers, Kyle and Laura wanted the ceremony to be in Cedarwood’s farm meadow with rustic wildflower styling. Kyle cut (and brought all the way from Little Rock, AR) tree stumps for ceremony decor, and guests signed a tree stump from Laura’s childhood backyard as their “guestbook.” Kyle also cut and branded slices of wood with their name and wedding date as décor throughout the reception and gave them away as keepsakes at the end of the evening. As tribute to their love of the land, Laura and Kyle collected rocks and hand lettered seat assignments and table numbers after special places.
Laura’s father is a bee-keeper, so honey was the perfect, personal gift for wedding guests (and such a sweet sentiment on the tags!) We are crazy about Laura’s monogrammed socks, the wildflowers in her braided hair, the bridesmaids cowboy boots, and the spirited attitude of this entire celebration. Full of gorgeous details and personal touches by the bride and groom, this Cedarwood farm wedding is the epitome of natural beauty. Krystal Mann of Life Strings Photography, had a field day (literally) with Laura and Kyle as they ventured into the wildflower meadow of Cedarwood’s nature preserve for some truly remarkable photos! We are delighted that it was published on Love and Lavender. We hope you enjoy it!
Thanks Kyle and Laura for choosing Cedarwood for this sacred day, and for the opportunity to work with you on your gorgeous wedding. Thanks to Love and Lavender for featuring it on your blog, and to Krystal Mann of Life Strings Photography for sharing images.