We had only talked on the phone with Julia and Ryan, never having met them in person. Although that happens to us every once and awhile, we always have a tiny worry in the back of our heads that we just don’t really know who we are about to meet. Within moments of arriving though Julia bounded out of the house with a huge smile, a hug and an entourage of friends. We knew were in for a good day.
Julia and Ryan got married in her family’s lakeside cabin that had been in her family for generations. She wore a generational gown and her veil had extremely important vintage family lace on it. A family member had also done all the tailoring for her so the dress was beyond precious. That being said, she was far from fussy about it, rocking that dress in the rain like a champ!
Did I mention it rained. Right after the gorgeous ceremony, the rain started and kept up almost all night. It was kinda perfect timing actually. We all ran into the tent and enjoyed food that I won’t soon forget. Not only did they hire the ever delicious Fire and Company for the meal, but her family also made home-made sushi in the cabin kitchen. I ate more than my fair share of that because when else do you get home-made sushi at a wedding? You tell me!
We loved being a party of this wedding. It was just our cuppa tea.
Venue: Private Property | Coordinator: All In One Weddings