Erin + Keith
Los Angeles, CA
Erin and Keith’s wedding is the definition of a pure DIY. Erin pulled together all of the details in a little over a year from flowers to invitations. She had originally wanted a wedding on the beach with 200 guests, but opted for 88 guests at a venue called the Smog Shoppe in LA, based on their budget. The bonus to cutting the wedding in half was that it left some wiggle room for a lot of the amazing details she pulled together. What Erin definitely discovered was that you can find pretty much anything and everything you need from the places around you. She began collecting things like blue mason jars and votive candle holders, and using throw pillows she’d bought years before at a flea market. In the end, the below images tell the story of a couple, and that’s when you know you’ve designed a successful wedding! Congrats to Erin and Keith!
(All photographs are from the Bride and Groom’s personal collection, family, and friends).
Lisa + Keith
Lisa and Keith’s Little Compton, RI wedding is awesome!
“Their family had rented an old farmhouse for the week, which was extremely packed full of people, and made that their base of operations. There was wedding decorations everywhere and everyone was pitching in when we got there. It was like a craft store pinata was bashed open in the living room! The farmhouse was right on the coast and you could see the ocean about a half a mile away. The scenery was covered with climbing ivy that covered old cars and farm equipment, mounds of blooming flowers, and winding crushed clam shell roads.” -Jagger Photography
Couple of details:
Lisa picked her own flowers the day of the wedding. She wrapped it in a baby blue ribbon and stuck a tiny fabric windmill into one side. Each of her bridesmaids had a similar bouquet. The entire bridal party wore funky cowgirl boots and knee length dresses. Lisa’s dress was a stunning knee length, sweetheart dress which she accessorized with a gold sea shell necklace and a gold bracelet. Keith’s boutonniere was a windmill that mimicked the ones Lisa and the Bridesmaids had in their bouquets. This wedding is a true demonstration that the tiniest of details can make the greatest impact.
Thank you Jagger Photography for another beautiful wedding!
Emily + Brian
This wedding has so much TLC. It took place in downtown Baltimore City, where the bride and groom got married outside a few blocks away from a their own home. The reception was held at the Lithuanian Hall, where a close group of friends gathered after the ceremony. The couple shots in and around the city are beautiful, especially because they decided to include their dog.
Photography By and Courtesy of: John Waire Photography
Katie + Marv
Family Ranch in Eagle, Idaho
The couple’s wedding had a simple, laid back vintage feel. All of the decorations were DIY, they had a beer garden, and all of the food was cooked on site in kettles in the fire.
Photography Courtesy of: Snapshots by Jolene