If ever I thought I had stepped into a fairytale, it would certainly be the day of Beth and Tyler’s wedding at Little Piney Lodge. I met with them over coffee late last summer, and Beth had said she’d love to have an enchanted forest feel on their wedding day–and that is exactly what it was! I told my friend this very morning that I wish I could marry my husband all over again, purely so I could wear a dress just like Beth’s bridal gown. She was simply stunning! I’ve loved editing their gallery, as I get to go back and experience the day once more. One of my favorites things that comes up again and again is the way Tyler looked at his beautiful bride. It is ALL throughout the gallery, and who can blame him!
Beth and Tyler were originally supposed to be married in May. And like so many events during this crazy season, plans had to change. Needless to say, their July 4th wedding was super warm, but everyone rose to the occasion. And besides, July 4th is going to be a fabulous anniversary! Who doesn’t want fireworks for every anniversary celebration?
Before I move on to gush on Beth and Tyler’s vendor team, I’d like to say something about Beth’s bridal shoes. HER MOM MADE THEM! You may have already caught that from my social media posts, but THESE SHOES!!! Take a look below…you’ll see why I’m tempted to put in my future wedding contracts that if I LOVE your shoes, I get to keep them! 😉
Now about that vendor team. Talk about teamwork! I was completely over the moon to work with such a fabulous crew! Julie, John and their family at Little Piney Lodge are AMAZING! Let me say that again…AMAZING!! Every time I was thinking I needed to move to a different location, I looked up and realized that Julie had read my mind, because she would suddenly appear and ask where I wanted to go. She was the sweetest soul. I hope I get to go back to their gorgeous venue again soon, I can’t recommend them highly enough. And the florals by Fleur De lis Florist –just scroll below, they were absolutely enchanting. Blue Owl Bakery created so much more than a wedding cake–it was a piece of art! At first I didn’t realize it was a cake–take a look below and see what I mean. And Noji’s Wedding Entertainment Services was fabulous–he was so kind to keep me up to speed on the reception schedule so we didn’t miss a beat. Plus, he knows how to throw a great party–my daughter who assisted me was singing and dancing in her seat the entire drive home. Beth’s hair stylist, Tami, from Attitudes Salon was on point.–Beth looked like an absolute dream. And of course, Laken–the sweetest and most gracious videographer from McDonald Video & Photography. I will recommend her to anyone who asks, I hope we get to work together again soon!
Finally, a huge thanks to my assistant photographer, Emily Taylor. She was a trooper and so much fun to have with me for the day. Add my daughter, Anna, to the equation, and I think we had the perfect team.
Enough typing…it’s time to scroll down and see moments from Beth and Tyler’s gorgeous day. Enjoy!
Beth & Tyler’s Engagment Session HERE