Handcrafted in Harmony
Samantha and Jacob’s autumn-themed celebration was a mosaic of fall colors. Sage, copper, and rust played wonderfully with the yellowing aspens of late September.
Samantha’s bridesmaids wore fall-colored dresses, while the groomsmen looked hip and classy with brown suspenders and gray trousers. In addition to Samantha’s lacy wedding dress, she wore a set of pearls that had been passed down for six generations in her family.
Rocky Mountain Wildflowers decorated the ceremony pergola and cross with radiant florals. The ceremony was a playful and heartfelt expression of these two. They both, without prior planning, referenced a story in their vows from when they worked at a roller rink together over 10 years ago. After their announcement as Mr. and Mrs., Samantha and Jacob were carted away for a photo session, while guests enjoyed the perfect fall weather on the deck.
The reception hall featured camel linens, with accents of copper and sage. Centerpieces were colorful arrangements of wildflowers and greenery, wrapped in burlap. Decor was primarily DIY, made from wood to compliment the earthy vibe. Although the cake was quite unique, featuring Lego figurines, the cake stand was the talk of the table. Samantha and Jacob’s close friend handcrafted their cake stand from an aspen tree, which included five pedestals and the couple’s initials carved into the wood and was an excellent focal point to tie together their rustic, autumn theme.
What a beautiful September wedding, bursting with life and color! Well done, and congratulations to you both, Samantha and Jacob.