Our friend's recently married in a western style ceremony. It was the most glorious day, perfect. It was quirky, it was fun, it was cool.
So many details that made it so theirs. I loved the wedding rings being passed from friend to friend at the start of the ceremony, from front to back - friends together celebrating.
The 'I Do's' were held in a beautiful old brick barn, festooned with lights, hearts, straw & hay bales for seating and simple gypsophelia (baby's breath) in an assortment of whiskey bottles.
The Groom in all his finery, waiting for his bride -
he arrived in his dream car - a Mustang!
This was a fabulous idea - each person took a wooden heart and wrote a message,
it then was placed into a glass fronted case - beautiful!
How cool? The brides boots :-)
The dress was made by the bride herself - well, she is a designer!
Beautiful corset and headdress. Isn't she beautiful?
Small smiley fun details :-)
Table details - traditional seating plan, we drank from glass jars with stripy straws,
The favours were some precious moonshine in a jar and a cactus,
a lasting memory know sitting happily on my windowsill, X
Oh, revolver earrings for the ladies too ;-)
After the meal, with some time to chill, it was time to try out the Bucking Bronco!!
Hell yeah, why do you think I chose a jumpsuit to wear???
As soon as I heard about the Bronco it completely changed my outfit choice!!!
Women's title went to........moi staying on for 1 minute 6 seconds, hehe!
First dance - just love this picture, so sweet.
Spin your partner round & round. Every good Western Wedding needs a ceilidh.
The barn looked so beautiful at night. Everyone danced the night away.