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November Wedding: Lydia & Drew

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In the days leading up to my first wedding anniversary I’m excited to share some of the beautiful pictures of our special day. We didn’t hire a photographer but asked an army of talented friends and family to take pics. We are forever grateful to Jen, Patrick, Beth, Aaron, George and Buck for these memories.

Entrance Arch

Rancho del Diablo Dormido in Malibu Canyon, CA

hanging letters my brother Wyatt made us these letters in our signature font, they hung from tree branches

XOXO hanging

Mary and I splashed Ikea fabric with red paint

buttons and bow tiefriends helped us get dressed

Guest Book

Our guest “cook” book was Sunday Suppers at Lucques (our favorite restaurant in LA)

Rosemary Spiced Nuts

darling Sarah made and packaged Rosemary Spiced Nuts

Cokes and Champ

pre-ceremony refreshments

Sophia Champ Cans

ustom Stamped Napkins

Amanda Koosed designed us a monogram and we made it into an ink stamp for paper cocktail napkins

Magnolia Leaves and Berries in Blue Vase

fabric hangings

whimsical painted fabric hangings

Flower Girl on the Whirly

my cousin Sierra was the adorable flower girl

Seating Chart

Amanda found us this signature font which we used everywhere, from the invitations to the seating chart!

Bridal Bouquet

my bouquet of gardenia, magnolia leaves and rosemary tied with a navy velvet ribbon

Lydia and Bridesmaids

stunning bridesmaids in their own dresses

the handsome groom and groomsmen

Drew and Groomsmen

a serious bunch

Love Stories

the bridesmaids carried their favorite love stories down the aisle

Drew + Bridesmaids

Lydia + Groomsmen

Groomesmen SocksDrew gifted the groomsmen colorful socks as a thank you

Wedding Bands

Patrick Adams

Patrick captured under the magnolia leaf ceremony arch

Groomsmen Button from Emerson Made

the men in the bridal party wore fabric buttons from EmersonMade

Dessert Buffet

dessert buffet with homemade treats from family and friends

Champ Toasta toast before we process

… to be continued