June 15, 2011

Real Weddings: Erin and Frank

Today's photos are from bride Erin, who planned her North Carolina wedding long distance from Florida. (kudos to her!) The autumn wedding took place on a farm called Hidden River in Black Mountain. They knew it was a risky time for an outdoor wedding but took their chances. It snowed during the rehearsal, but the sun peeked out and warmed things up a little bit on their wedding day. Erin didn't feel the cold at all and felt the ceremony was perfect!

Erin's bridesmaids wore a mix of Alfred Sung styles in different color pinks. Because of the cold weather, they had to improvise and add sweaters and stockings, but Erin was still happy with the overall look.

Alfred Sung Styles D439, D449, D448, D441

The girls traveled from all over the country: New York, Florida, California and Ohio. Despite the distance, they were amazingly supportive through everything.

Afterward, guests got busy dancing, which also helped them to keep warm! It never occurred to me that it would be possible to do a tented reception in cold weather, but there were plenty of heaters, plus a bonfire to huddle around.

Erin and Frank made a homemade photobooth, where people took pictures and left the bride and groom messages.

Frank also made adorable Bride and Groom signs. What a crafty and handy husband! The couple tried to be as DIY as possible and made all of the decor and favors themselves.

Congrats Erin and Frank! The love and care you put in your wedding was a delight to see. We wish you all the best in your life together!

Photographer Credit: Jesse Kitt

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