If you’ve ever wondered how to throw an intimate backyard wedding without breaking the bank then today’s feature is for you! Charise and Josh created the most lovely, chic affair without the help of professional vendors, proof that with a little creativity you can craft a homemade wedding that looks like it came straight from the pages of a magazine!
This couples day is full of touching details like the wedding bands the groom handmade from deer antlers and their intimate ceremony which included a mountain top and their bow-tied dog. This creative bride designed her invitations, created the flower arrangements, hand dyed the table linens and even made all of the deserts from scratch! I’ve completely fallen for the sweet details and stunning sun-dappled images Mi Amore Foto captured of this sweet couple and their relaxed wedding day and I know you will too!
Photographer: Mi Amore Foto // Ceremony: Mt. Hood National Forest // Reception: Panorama Lodge // Catering: Four and Twenty Blackbirds // Bride’s Dress: Galina line by David’s Bridal // Bride’s Sash: Anthropologie //Groom’s Attire: JCrew // Brass deer on cake: Etsy // Florals: Bride put together own arrangements after taking online class: Nicoles Classes // Flower Vases: Ikea // Flowers (bride Purchased And Arranged Herself): Old House Dahlias // Table and Chair Rental: The Party Place