Kassia and Adam had a truly beautiful and unique wedding. Held completely outdoors, this looks like it was a wonderful day for everyone in attendance. We love the yellow accents throughout and the casual and natural vibe of the whole wedding. From the bride: My husband and I fell in love dancing to Colorado bluegrass music. Every Friday night, the same mountain bar, the same band. Since then we’ve moved coast-to-coast and back, but across every state line our romance, our road trips, were set to the twangy, boot-stomping rhythm of a five-piece bluegrass band. When we got engaged six years later the only thing we knew for sure was that we wanted that band to play our wedding. Every other detail came to shape around that sound track: an apple orchard with a big barn, a short dress with cowboy boots, local produce and wood fire pizza. It could not have been a less traditional affair. There was no aisle, just some hay bales for the guests and a tree for us to stand under. There were two officiants because just one friend wouldn’t suffice. There was no first dance. No bouquet toss. No cutting of the cake. In place of these traditions was an evening so full of joy that every detail, every guest, every moment was a reflection of our barefeet touching, mountain living, moonlight dancing kind of love. It was important that the details of our wedding be as local as possible. To that end, I have to thank our incredible vendors for pulling together such a unique affair. Our thanks goes to Sarah Box Photography for bringing this wedding to Rustic Wedding Chic!
Sources : photographer: Sarah Box Photography / caterer: A Spice of Life / dress store: Anthropologie / floral designer: Fiori flowers / lighting : Lighting and Design by Scott / catering: Cured / event planner: Table 6 Productions / event venue: YAYA Farm and Orchard