This is the week of animals in weddings. I am not sure why it happened this way, but it seems like this week’s collection of wedding and engagement shoots all feature a four legged friend. Fine by me as I adore cute dogs and cats.
Just remember: if you want to involve your fine furry friend they may steal the show! Check out our post titled, ‘How to involve your puppy in your wedding day’ for more info.
We love the use of giant letter in weddings! Love & Lavender’s own wedding included similar gold glitter BAR letters, see how to make them here.
For now, check out this laid-back boho inspired backyard wedding with a food menu that will make you drool!
From the bride: “We wanted to keep the celebration simple, relaxed, and true to our taste & personalities. We are both laid-back, enjoy nature, appreciate good whole food, and don’t need a lot of fan fair surrounding us. We knew we wanted a intimate ceremony with only our immediate family. We picked our favorite spot by the Maumee River. It overlooks Roche de Bout, a limestone island that dates back to the 1700’s as a meeting place for Indian tribal councils. It also has a magnificent view of the old abandon Interurban Bridge. After our wedding ceremony, we wanted a small backyard celebration with our closest friends and family. We were hoping to allow our guests to enjoy our home & beautiful waterfront backyard. Unfortunately, the weather on our day was anything but beautiful. It even hailed 2 hours before the ceremony! We ended up getting a tent and heaters. Everyone bundled up, but we still had the most wonderful night. We wanted the food to reflected our taste as well. The chose a pig roast by Deets BBQ and catering by Cynthia’s Catering. Our friends said it was the best food they ever had. Roasted root vegetables, corn & grit casserole with cheese & bacon, mashed sweet potatoes, kale salad, tartlets with brie, Apple, & caramelized onion, & mini risotto balls filled with butternut squash, sage & goat cheese. It was all delicious. Red wine, sangria, & seasonal craft beer also helped to keep us warm.”