To surprise their guests, Marissa and Tom practiced for weeks and weeks at an end with a choreographer, so as to execute a first-dance tango below the string of lights from the barn and astonish their guests.
A barn and a pleasant small chapel, Atlas Obscura, was the ideal combo for this particular couple! Planning together, they followed a very simple strategy, focusing on their characters, hobbies and faves, instead of the tendencies to stick to trends.
With her stunning hair, the bride had already discovered what colours would make her look her finest and this was a refreshing wedding. The dress was from Pronovias. According to the florist – planning the florals was thrilling, including warm colours and a few of the normal blooms, inspired by the bride’s favourite wardrobe bits and the autumn season colors, a lot of greenery along with the garland as well as touches of a wheatish. She looked magnificent on the wedding in her customised wedding gown and show-stopping unstructured bouquet.
The couple worked on many DIY jobs like their wedding favours, ribbon decoration for outdoor the little ceremony chapel, along with their amazing cake topper sourced from gift sellers and details to match their rustic aesthetic, such as the neat modern-rustic guestbook poster from Etsy. There were rustic classic pieces that matched nicely with the sun-room place too. They enjoyed a gourmet supper as groom and bride at a classic table, placed in the front of the draped barn doors.
This energetic and lively pair enjoys outdoor activities such as climbing and hiking. As a matter of fact, Tom proposed to Marissa while both were rock-climbing. For those two, a marriage which included their love of the outdoors was crucial. The barn has been an ideal alternative for a rustic-casual-chic party.