When I received the photo gallery from Tony Gambino Photography of Jess & Kyle's wedding, I literally got teary eyed. The love oozing from these two love birds was palpable.
I got to know Jess & Kyle pretty well throughout the planning process and could tell immediately, that they had a deep love and respect for one another. Kyle just wanted Jess to be happy with all things flowers and i loved that he had some really great input in the florals and details. Kyle is a professional mountain biker and he dropped off an old bike tire and spokes for me to adorn with flowers and sage. We hung the tire on the wall in the reception and used the spokes for all 13 of the boutonnieres. We used Jess' grandfather's old wooden boxes for her centerpieces and her mom created sweet macrame details on the sides of them. These complemented the dusty rose and sage color palette perfectly.
I also got the chance to work with my friend, Christine from Swoon Events and Design. Christine pulled this wedding off flawlessly with her design and planning skills. She transformed the conference center at FivePine Lodge into a boho wonderland. I love that I get to work with new vendors all the time, some I meet and some I never see, but we all pull it off together. Every detail adds to the whole look and feel of the wedding. The tiny desserts made by Crumb Cakery were adorable and looked delicious. I love seeing a good dessert bar come together and Tara knocked it out of the park!
Everything about this wedding and couple reminds me of why I love what I do. Seeing the look on Jess' face as Kyle revealed the bouquet to her was priceless. The emotions shine through in their photos and I just can't get over how happy they look. I tried to narrow it down to my favorites, but in all honesty, they are all my favs! Go check them out under my Portfolio.
Cheers to Jessica & Kyle Jameson!