Whitney + Adam both lived in France so they wanted to pull some inspiration for their wedding in Idaho from their love of France. They had their favorite French pastries (such as mille feuilles, fruit tarts, madelines, and macaroons), French dipped roast beef sandwiches, and gave the guests sea-salt French caramels as take home gifts. Their wedding ceremony was a private religious ceremony in the Idaho Falls LDS Temple. After the ceremony, they spent some time with their lovely photographer Jaclyn Davis taking photos, then they were off to their reception at Whitney’s parents home.
They wanted the reception to feel like a French garden party and they did such a lovely job! The majority of the decorations were gathered from Whitney’s mother’s home, her grandparents basement and antique stores. The most important thing though to them was that it was a celebration! Whitney’s parents spent months preparing their backyard: gardening, pruning and creating a dance floor in the middle of the yard, complete with a sky ceiling of lights. Congrats to Whitney + Adam on your gorgeous wedding and beautiful life together!
Our wedding day was absolutely perfect! The night before our wedding, we wrote each other letters and read them together the next morning, right before the ceremony. This was so special and definitely helped calm any of our nerves and reminded us why we were getting married in the first place. For those planning weddings, my advice is to not stress about every little detail. Try and delegate to people in your family or friends that are willing to help. My mother was amazing during the whole planning process and took the reins when I was burnt out. You will be stressed no matter what during the planning phase, but try to never lose focus on why you are getting married. Remember that your wedding is only one day of your marriage and you should try and make you and the groom as comfortable and happy as you can be.
photography: Jaclyn Davis Photography // wedding dress: David's Bridal // floral: Lemon Blossom Designs // headpiece: Which Goose // tent: Signature Party Rental // tables: Signature Party Rental // Groom's Suit: Studio Suits // Cake: Sugar Bakers
Beautiful! I love this wedding, and it is great how their joy seems to radiate!
Love this look . . . especially the corn stalks growing in the background – so fun!
Wonderful, beautiful photography!
love the colors. her headpiece is so sweet too.
The crown is from my website: http://www.whichgoose.etsy.com
:) :) –Emily
This is beautiful from head to toe!!! So in love with the bouquets… Laura is one talented floral designer.
Very nice photography!
Fantastic looking wedding, slightly hippiesque (but in a great way), great details too.
Super pretty wedding. Beautiful coverage and awesome details! Great find.
Gorgeous! I love the simplicity and peacefulness of these photos. Thanks for sharing!
This wedding is so beautiful and elegant! I love the simple classy vintage feel of it. Her dress and hair looks so pretty! All of the furniture pieces and items in them are cute and would be easy to find. Vintage furniture is easy to find at garage sales or thrift stores. I can’t find anything wrong with this wedding! :)
Love the organic, simple, vintage characteristics of this wedding! Truly beautiful!!
i LOVE that dress! i love seeing brides in sleeves. i also love the bridesmaids dresses/color schemes. both the bride and groom are gorgeous! congrats!
Love love love her headpiece and her shoes! That cake looks great, too!
Beautiful! Love the photography!
So beautiful! Love the florals!
I love your dress! Tried to find it on david’s bridal but was unable to locate it. Could you post a link or offer a style number?
Thanks Erin! The dress came from David’s Bridal but looks completely different. Here is a link-
I pretty much took the top completely apart and rebuilt it with a lace overlay. Hope that helps!
I have absolutely fallen in love with your dress! Where can I find it? I love the rustic feel of your wedding, absolutely beautiful!
Thanks Delaney! The dress can be found here but it’s completely different-
I took the top apart and rebuilt it with a lace overlay. Hope that helps!
Thank you so much for responding about your dress. I think it is stunning. I was hoping to do the same thing with a very similar dress. Did you build the lace overlay on your own or were they able to do that in the (DB) store?
Wow! That is completely different! Great job!