As if the effervescent Kristin wasn’t already adorable enough, on her wedding day she was a beautiful princess, with a huge smile and curls drawn over one shoulder. Ken couldn’t have looked more proud of his new wife.
THE DETAILS: The bridesmaids wore elegant pewter gowns with a touch of lavender for a vintage look. The flowers were pale pink roses and white hydrangeas. The wedding cake had silver polka dots and chocolate ribbon between the tiers. Wedding favors were housed in white boxes tied with pink ribbon to match the flowers. Spring beauty!
The night’s music blended Pink Floyd and Kings of Leon (for the groom) with Garth Brooks and Gretchen Wilson (for the bride) along with a good dose of 80’s favorites. When we busted out, “Save a Horse Ride a Cowboy,” guests ran to the dance floor with goofy hats on their heads: lobster claws, a red parrot, and a fuzzy white chicken. The hats circulated the room, perched on the heads of numerous guests throughout the rest of the night.
We finally met photographers Jade and Tim of Uplift Photography, whose gorgeous wedding photo blog I have admired for quite some time. We love those husband-wife teams!
Kristin and Ken are enjoying the Napa Valley and its vintage delights right now. Thanks for inviting us to your amazing day!
Photos by Uplift Photography *All photos in this blog post courtesy of Uplift Photography.