Monday, October 25, 2010

Real Wedding: Fall Wedding at Strawberry Farms

Today's real wedding is so delightfully fall-ish, you can literally feel the crispness! Aimee and Troy's wedding was held at Strawberry Farms in Orange County, and had a down home, rustic, vintagey feel to it, which Carissa at JL Designs helped design. Robert Evans and Christopher Wren were on hand to capture the day, as was Elysium Productions who put together one of the sweetest wedding videos ever of this wedding.

From Carissa of JL Designs: "I really adored this couple (who are wedding photographers)...they had a definitive vision for their day and I loved being able to pick up the ideas they had and run with them! Rustic, cozy, eclectic, warm, playful, crafty, comfortable."

From the bride Aimee: "Most of our inspiration came from the venue itself and the time of year. Its name was “Strawberry Farms” and it’s friendly red barn inspired us to create something that felt very crafty & very much like autumn. One of my favorite stores is Anthropologie – where I wandered for inspiration & later found my bridesmaids dresses :)"

"The bridal bouquet was made up of red, yellow + navy flowers - ranunculus, billy balls, cone flowers, privet berries, millet, blackberry branches and wrapped in crochet laces."


The stationery was all done by the bride's sister, Promise Tangeman.


The bride's headpiece was a vintage find.





How amazing is the aisle decor with all these mis-matched lanterns? Brilliant.

The bridesmaids all wore vintage hats that the bride had scoured vintage and thrift shops for.
Instead of flowers, the bridesmaids carried terracotta pots of marigolds tied with yellow lace.









Thanks so much to Carissa of JL Designs and Aimee and Troy Grover for sharing your wedding with us!

Vendors:
Floral & Event Design: JL DESIGNS
Invitations and Graphic Designs: Promise Tangeman
Photography: Robert Evans Studio
2nd Photographer: Christopher Wren
Cinematography: Elysium Productions
Coordinator: Jennifer Wahlquist Events
Band: Upstart
Acoustic Band: Kurt Hunter
Cake: Katie Townley
Groomsmen attire: H&M
Bridesmaid dresses: Anthropologie

11 comments:

  1. There is just so much to love! The bouquet! Those terra cotta pots! What a charming wedding!

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  2. That bride is stunning, but I'm loving the bouquet and the strawberry theme, how precious!

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  3. Love the vintage flair that the bride added to this wedding, and the photos are gorgeous!

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  4. This wedding is adorable Annie!! The couple is just perfect!!And the details they used are just to cute!! And i don't need to tell you how much i love the invitation suite ;)))

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  5. I. Love. Her. Jacket. Great feature, Annie!

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  6. Feel the crispness indeed! I'm crazy for her little chubby, and LOVE those amazing bridesmaids' hats-fantastic!

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  7. love all the charming details and her jacket is fabulous too!!

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  8. Perfect setting. Love the terra cotta pots... and location!

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  9. thanks for the feature annie! xoxo, c

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