Love Is The Greatest Adventure

Joy, love, and playfulness emanated throughout this wedding as two wonderful world travelers married amongst their friends and family. Sarah and Jeff’s wedding was romantic and whimsical while remaining steeped in Jewish tradition. 

Sarah and Jeff were originally set to be married in 2020, but were postponed and took full advantage of the extra year of wedding planning time. From thoughtful gifts to their wedding party and personalized centerpieces to an impressively cohesive color scheme, this wedding was planned to perfection. 

The floral displays from Lace and Lillies and the gorgeous chuppah supported by the wooden pergola made for a magical scene at the ceremony site. Their stunning Ketubah, a Jewish marriage contract, was also featured on stage alongside the wedding party. Guests were offered a kippah to wear for the ceremony and a program, which helped explain some of the Jewish wedding traditions that Sarah and Jeff included.

Their August date was perfect for wildflower photos around the property. Family photos and couples portraits both glow from the pops of color that stood as a canvas for Artessa Photography to capture through their lens. 

As a personal touch, the table names were inspired by Sarah and Jeff’s travels over their 8 years together. Surrounding the floral centerpieces were photos of the couple all over the world, which is a creative way to give your family and friends a look into their journey through life together. 

This wedding was such a treat to be a part of. Thank you to Sarah and Jeff for choosing us to help you celebrate your commitment to each other and a huge congratulations to you both!

Artessa Photography