For the flower child at heart, a wedding like this is the perfect celebration of love. A full flower crown, vintage VW bus, mismatched bridesmaid dresses, a field of wildflowers, and cozy pillow seating at the edge of the forest make us want to dance, laugh, and celebrate! No stuffy, formal constraints here. Hate wearing shoes? Kick em off! Rich colored glass tea lights and vases create an evening ambiance perfect for s’mores and sparklers as the sky grows cobalt and good times with friends roll on. Thank you Corey Lynn Tucker Photography for sharing this beautiful inspiration!
From Corey Lynn Tucker Photography:
So much coordination went into this sunny, Sunday afternoon shoot in June. It was rescheduled once due to torrential rain. I’m a true believer that things happen for a reason. June couldn’t have been more beautiful with tall grasses and wildflowers at Topsmead – the perfect location to elope or have a small wedding. We only had two and a half hours to shoot before the park closed and I think we did a pretty fantastic job nailing a mock wedding in such a short amount of time. If it were up to me, I would have stayed until 9:30 p.m. at the park and shot into dark, but the gates were closing. Ethan treated us all to a serenade to his lovely bride, Rebecca with the song, “names and places.” So much talent all in one place just brings a great big smile to my face!
Photographer: Corey Lynn Tucker Photography / Floral Designer: Country Girl Collections / Musicians: Ethan Newman Artist / Hair Stylist: Hair by Diane / Bakery: Hardcore Sweet Cupcakes / Makeup Artist: That Girl… / Paper Props: The Nice Paper Co. / Dress Store: The Wedding Embassy / Other Location: Topsmead State Forest / Other: Blitz Black Motorsports / Submitted via Two Bright Lights