An Intimate Backyard Wedding with a Killer Blush Ballgown

Spending time in the lovely outdoors with our family and our dogs

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Kaitlyn, Script Developer & Nick, Hospital Secretary

One sentence sum-up of the wedding vibe: A romantic and intimate backyard wedding (with piñatas).

Soundtrack for reading: “’Til Kingdom Come” by Coldplay

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Nick and I had an intimate outdoor ceremony followed by a family-only dinner at a restaurant. We invited all the guests back to a local brewery later in the evening for a dessert and cocktail reception complete with a live eighties cover band. There was really nothing better than being married somewhere where we love to spend time outdoors with our family and dogs. We were so blessed to have that available to us as a venue. I wore my mother’s veil, and sourced most decor items from Etsy and BHLDN. The hardest part was finding the dress; I tried on a ridiculous amount of white gowns before I found the one—a blush pink ball gown by Watters Wtoo.

Favorite Thing About The Wedding

Including our pup Lola in the photos, seeing our groomsmen for the first time looking so dapper, the copious amount of tears shed by all, the showers of confetti from the piñatas, and the cow bell that made it out on the dance floor after almost everyone had left the reception. Nick found his true calling in that cow bell.

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