Vintage Chapel Wedding : Darla & Jason

Wooden Barn Reception Jason and Darla were married at the beautiful Still Water Hollow in their  hometown of Nampa, Idaho on the first warm weekend of Spring. The venue is known for it’s rustic, restored buildings, particularly the vintage wedding chapel built in 1899. The chapel was rescued from demolition and moved to this venue by a couple who had been married there in it’s original location. Jason & Darla’s wedding was elegant with simple rustic elements. They chose a spring palette of purples and pinks, which were offset by bright yellows and whites. The groom, a fireman for the Nampa Fire Department, wore his Class A uniform, while the bride wore a gorgeous lace dress and cowboy boots. Friends and family contributed to their big day, baking the cake and making decorations, while the children all  participated in their ceremony. Our thanks to A.C. Photography for these beautiful photographs!


Wedding Day Dress & Boots OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Purple Wildflower Wedding Bouquet Boots & Bouquet Rustic Chapel Wedding Chapel Wedding Ceremony ring bearer jeans Vintage Chapel Wedding Wedding Chapel & Windmill outdoor daytime reception Vintage Chapel Cutting the Cake Bride & Groom at Sunnet


Sources : photographer:  A.C. Photography / event venue:  Still Water Hollow 

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    October 10, 2013 at 6:23 pm

    The scenery at this venue is beautiful. I love the woods and the little chapel! I wore Tom’s on my wedding day, but just know that there was a Tom’s vs. Cowboy boots debate 🙂

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