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Monday, June 24, 2013

Sebastopol Travel Wedding | Jessica & Timothy

At their last family wedding, he was just another bachelor, denying he would keep up the family tradition of one wedding a year by getting married in 2012. Well, Timothy did keep his promise, but some could say it was just a six month reprieve! ;-)

With paper airplanes twisting in the breeze and horses grazing in a nearby field, Timothy and Jessica stood. Arms wrapped around each other, he looking down and she looking up, it was like no one else mattered. With a party just around the corner of the house, they stole a moment together to just be alone. Then it was off to celebrate with all their friends and family! But as they stood in the barn gazing off into the distance, waiting for the first dance to begin, it was obvious that they didn't need to be alone for them to feel like they were the only ones around!

Jessica and Timothy, I never take a wedding for granted, so I am so incredibly honored to have been a part of your day! I hope you two had a wonderful time exploring Carmel together, and can't wait to see what God has in store for you in the years to come!


Both Jessica and Timothy love travel and want to do more in the future together, so it was the perfect theme for their wedding! I love how they incorporated maps into the invitation!


While she consulted with Angela Dawn Designs, Jessica designed and created her own perfect wedding dress, even hand-stitching on the little details!





Can you tell she's a ballerina?



Melody Joy Floral again created the perfect floral touches from the bouquets to the boutonnieres to the swags that framed the doorway of the barn!


I love seeing how my brides and grooms use their engagement pictures! It was fun seeing them already decorating the walls of their families' home!

Absolute joy!






Hundreds of paper airplanes hung throughout the yard and barn with little paper map hearts sprinkled across the tables.


Sweet as pie!



The barn was a magical location, perfect for dancing into the night!

Kraft paper airplanes sprinkled with glitter were strung across the barn.

One of the most beautiful first dances, you can tell Jessica is an accomplished dancer!





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3 comments:

Olinda said...

Thank you Lydia! I've been checking every day for this post. You have done such a beautiful job of all our weddings!

madelineblairtps said...

you captured their joy so beautifully, lydia. wonderful job! and as always, we had a great time talking with you and elizabeth there!

canvas prints said...

it was such fun to drop by and see all the wonderful photos. brilliant work.