April 12, 2013



Lindsay and Thatcher fell in love amid rough waters, literally! Thatcher was the tour guide on Lindsay’s family river rafting trip and they caught each other’s eye. Their love story inspired a woodsy rustic wedding full of canoes and diy touches. 
As guests arrived they inked up their fingers and left their mark which resembled a rock in the couple’s river bed sign in poster we created. We also created a mini mountain scape escort card table to die for including a little river and happy trail signs by Brightly Designed to guide guests to their tables. Lindsay is one of those diy brides we just adore and hand sewed napkins of every color for each place setting.  Home made granola (honey bunches of love) was placed atop those colorful napkins for each guest to enjoy.  Twigg Botanicals adorned the tables with wildflowers and cattails in rustic crates. Tasty mini pies by Michele Coulon enticed the guests all night long!
Thanks Jill Thomas for capturing Lindsay and Thatcher’s beauty and romance in your photography. They might be one of the cutest couples ever and we feel so grateful to have been part of their happy day!
This wedding was featured in Martha Stewart Weddings here!

Real Wedding: A River Runs Through It