At The Inspired Bride, we are a huge fan of weddings that have stories within. And today, we’re featuring a bride who made 1,000 cranes for her wedding day. This Japanese lore claims that a bride who folds 1,000 cranes before her big day will have a happy and prosperous marriage. If that is so, I would say Kassandra will definitely have good luck for not only celebrating her tradition but also for doing such a huge labor of love. Such an inspired bride! The wedding was fun and homey, featuring a rustic vibe. The color purple was apparent and it added an elegant touch. Now keep scrolling to see the beautiful captures taken by Courtney McManaway Photography as well as the details of this special day!
From The Photographer
Kassandra and Kyle’s gorgeous outdoor garden wedding in Murrieta, CA, featured lovely DIY details made by the lovely bride! In fitting with her family tradition, Kassandra hand-folded 1,000 cranes, which were visible in many areas throughout the ceremony and reception space at Forever & Always Farm. They chose this location because of its picturesque outdoor setting and one where they could have an intimate wedding and enjoy time with their guests. Forever & Always Farm has so many incredible features, such as a vintage Porsche, a ceremony gazebo overlooking the Santa Rosa Hills, and every couples’ favorite – Ted the Alpaca! This was such an incredible day enjoyed by all!