We have a BEEEEAUUUTIFUL Summer wedding to feature today, courtesy of Paul Rich Studio. I love their “time” theme – executed with antique watches, clocks, and clock parts. The groom’s clock/gear/charm/wheat boutonniere can only be described as a thing of beauty. Seriously – all the vintage clock details in this wedding bring a tear to my DIY eye.
And, HOLY WEDDING PARTY, BATMAN. I counted 19 groomsmen and 13 bridesmaids – that’s bigger than some people’s entire weddings. Jessica and Jeff are obviously well loved. And judging by the smashing party they threw (that included custom made-to-order pizzas!!!), I can see why.
From the photographer, Paul Rich: “Jessica & Jeff hand-crafted and designed nearly every single detail to their wedding day. They incorporated the element of time into their wedding theme with antique clocks and clock parts used throughout the day from reception centerpieces to bouquets and boutonnieres.”
“Jeff and his father custom built a chuppah for the ceremony as well as a door frame to hang portraits of deceased loved ones. The door frame also acted as an area for the wedding party to gather behind in an open field without being seen by the guests (especially the bride). It made for a very dramatic entrance.”
“There were a tremendous amount of details throughout the wedding with the bride designating two friends to meticulously execute the vision for her day.”
Congrats Jessica and Jeff!
Photographer: Paul Rich Studio
Event Venue: Victorian Acres
Hair Stylist: Julie Senders at The National Beauty
Caterer: Girasole Wood Fired Cafe, My Bartender
Submitted via Two Bright Lights
The Door is a fantastic Idea for outdoor weddings! Love it!