Have you ever dreamed of forests filled with flower-adorned teepees and rose garlands and amaranth abundance? If your answer is yes, then you’ll want to get lost in this spectacular woodsy wedding of Sarah and Isaac. A perfect blend of bohemian and rustic, with a pinch of rock and roll, this wedding definitely stands in a class of its own. You’ll want to check this one out, it’s certain to bring out the rebel in you!
The photography by Elk & Willow perfectly captured the moody vibes of this boho forest wedding.
Planned by the fab team at Nomad Styling, all the cool, sparky details were inspired by this couple’s story + personalities. We’re loving every inch!
We want Sarah’s effortlessly wavey hair every day, and we’ll take the flower crown from Wild Daughter floral design, too!
Set at The Shearing Shed House, S+I’s wedding experience was nothing short of magical. Starting with this unique drippy ceremony backdrop with upside-down blooms!
Well that’s darling. What a good dog of honor!
The couple had fun putting an untraditional spin on their signs and accessories for the wedding. They even toasted with shots instead of champagne… party time!
Ummm, GORGE smoke art modern wedding bar signage from Lauren Dillon Designs. Her talent has us breathless.
And how cute is The Caravan Bar decorated in front with a bundle of globally-inspired rugs?
Who doesn’t love an adorable food truck with artisan pizza? Especially when its set in a vintage Streamline trailer!
What was your favorite memory from the day?
Isaac: The first look. I was feeling overwhelmed with emotion before the first look but as soon as I was standing and I could hear Sarah getting out of the car I was just so excited to see her. It was so special to be able to see each other beforehand and no one else be there. It made me feel instantly calm. The whole suspense of not knowing what Sarah was going to wear or look like was so cool.
Sarah: I have too many! I agree with Noons – the first look was epic. We were already there with our immediate family when the extended guests arrived and were coming off the bus. It was the best watching them all trail across from the bus, doing the shots and then walking into the space for us to greet them. I loved being able to see everyone before getting into the formal stuff. In a way it took the pressure off and made everyone super chilled. Another fave was dancing with Noons to ‘iFly’ by Ball Park Music – we didn’t have a formal first dance but being on the d-floor with all of our fave peeps and singing it at the top of our lungs was just insane!
Photography: Elk & Willow Photography
Planning + Design: Nomad Styling
Floral Design: Wild Daughter
Wedding Dress: Grace Loves Lace
Stationery: Lauren Dillon Designs
Venue: The Shearing Shed House
Catering: Happy Camper Pizza
Bar: The Caravan Bar
Donuts: Moama Bakery
Entertainment: The Knots
Celebrant: Kerrie Grossman
Cinematography: Life in Light Films