There are so many reasons to love today’s dark purple color wedding, which took place on the bride’s parents’ ranch in Colorado. Christine Farah‘s photography is beautiful, the scenery is gorgeous, and the DIY details are super cute! But most of all, the love between Camille and Adam really shines through.
“Some called it a crush, puppy love and high school sweethearts. We call it first love; only love, true love and last love. We didn’t take the path most traveled or the easiest but it was the long road that fate led us on. Our wedding was ten years, three proms, eleven college formals, four graduations, three moves, four jobs and 3,719 days in the making—every day was better than the last and we couldn’t imagine being happier. Our wedding was truly ours and the weekend was filled with an overwhelming amount of love, laughter, friendship, support and lots of vino!”
Camille’s dress is by Priscilla of Boston and her hair and makeup are by Element Salon.
Lavender seeds, that were in super cute bags from Kids at Heart, were thrown at the bride and groom when they exited the church.
Camille and Adam made many of the details themselves. The ceremony programs, placecards, and menus were all hand stamped to coordinate with the invitations. They also stenciled vintage postcards for the table numbers and cut the log menu and place card holders.
They also cut and painted the wood sign that read, Eat, Drink and Be Married.
And they had s’mores! Any wedding with s’mores is a wedding we want to attend!
Congrats Camille and Adam! Click here to see more of their wedding on Christine’s blog.
Despite her dreamy wedding blogger lifestyle, Meredith's day job is running ClassicVeils.com and a full-time mom to an active toddler. If she could, Meredith would spend her days taking cruises, helping animals in need, and watching Big Brother!