It’s always fun to have surprising ideas infused on your special day. Today’s featured couple will show us how they did it. Candice and Bradley have been engaged for three years. They just hadn’t pinned down a date to make it official. When they became part of this gorgeous woodland shoot, they leaped at the chance to make it official. From a fun styled shoot, the set became a magical elopement unfolding real love before us. Kudos to J. Christina Photography for perfect capturing sweet moments! Scroll away!
Teacup Floral created a beautiful asymmetrical centerpiece using black and white flowers and tons of lush greenery overflowed.
Streets Of London Antiques loaned their rich wooden antiques to make this elopement even more intimate.
A hot drink station brought in some fun winter elements while Amanda Day Rose Paperie designed beautiful green and white stationery to complete this unique fete.
Black, white, greens, and golds turned this secret wooded pathway into a stunning altar backdrop.
The bride and groom are avant garde so it was no surprise that Candice wore a black wedding dress!
Photographer: J. Christina Photography
Invitation Designer: Amanda Day Rose
Cake Designer: Ambrosia Cake Creations
Groomsman Attire: Antonio Carlan Fashions
Hair Stylist: Avenue 42 Style Studio
Etsy Designer: Bella Lucia Boutique
Officiant: Bill Rose Wedding Minister
Apparel: Blush Bridal
Shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti
Cinema and Video: JerFilm Productions
Equipment Rentals: Streets Of London Antiques
Floral Designer: Teacup Floral
Event Planner: Unveiled Design Events
Musicians: violinist kate hall
Event Venue: Woodlake Country Club