Tom and Angie’s California outdoor wedding began with 7 am yoga on one of the cabin’s accessible rooftops and ended with a dance party that lasted til 4 am (with a midnight pizza energy boost)!
Their photographer, Nick Radford, said: “I’ve never been so immediately welcomed into a family like this, I danced, I hugged, I laughed. So so fun. This day was more than a wedding; much much more. It was the unification of families, the most epic of dance parties, and the joining of souls. Complete perfection.”
The flower girl’s dress and ring bearer’s pillow were handmade by family members. How cute are those two?? We love the flower girl’s wreath and all the guys’ lavender boutonnieres too.
All the flowers were bought at a local farmers market and arranged by friends and family members. Guests were asked to pick up “hiking passes” which led them to tables named after different trailheads. The favors were little jars of honey from the bee farm of Tom’s parents, with sweet little tags that read “Meant to Bee.”