East Garafraxa Wedding

Emily and Paul | East Garafraxa Homemade Wedding

This wedding was just one big swoon fest from beginning to end! I was so lucky to be able to help 3Photography photograph this stunner in early August. Click HERE to see their blog of this perfect wedding. All of the following images were taken and edited by Arynn Photography.

The bride and groom were able to hold the whole thing at the bride's father's gorgeous property. Dotted with willow and apple trees they could not have picked more of a fairy tale location. The decorations were so adorable and unique. The tables were scattered with moss and acorns atop burlap table runners. Birch bark was made into candle holders and table number flags. Different glass pieces lined the tables filled with wild flowers. My favourite part might have been the favours. Little muslin bags filled with lavender and wild flower seeds.

The had such a cute set-up for the guest book. A beautiful antique dresser topped with wild flowers. They had an instant camera set up for guests to take pictures of themselves to add to the book. The whole thing was straight out of a story book. Not even rain could stop this love story. I am so glad I was able to be there. 

The bride hand-made her antler hair piece herself. 

What's a little rain? This group can handle it!

Check out these adorable little cakes the bride's mom made. I adored these beautiful little porcelain fox figurines as cake toppers. The rest of the cake was adorned with sugared lavender. 

Look at the beautiful string lights! The groomsmen spent hours setting it all up themselves. Like a starry night sky. 

Possibly the sweetest father-daughter dance ever!