I would SO love to attend a fun camp wedding – and Andrea + Chuck’s wedding looks like so much fun! Their wedding was a big celebration of love, something relaxed that wasn’t too formal, and most of all FUN! They found the perfect location at a camp in upstate New York that they completely took over. The perfect place where all their friends + family could take a long weekend (Labor Day weekend) to relax and spend time with each other. Both Andrea + Chuck are artists (as are many of their friends) so it was the perfect weekend surrounded by their friends who helped make every element for their wedding – including the amazing bridesmaids dresses that one of Andrea’s friends dyed the most perfect colors! Big congrats to Andrea + Chuck and thanks so much to Matt with Our Labor Of Love for the gorgeous photos!
Walking through the woods and taking photos before the ceremony. Because we were so "hands on" leading up to the wedding it was the first chance we had to take a minute and be alone with each other. Matt our photographer did such an amazing job of making us feel relaxed.
Processional: The Man in Me – Bob Dylan; Yves Montand – Rue St. Vincent
Recessional: Wreckless Eric – Whole Wide World
First Dance: When the Stars Go Blue – Ryan Adams
Don't be afraid to do something unconventional if it reflects your personality. Make the day what you want it to be and don't worry about trying to please everyone.
photography: Matt Miller of Our Labor Of Love // event design, planning, florals: Jove Meyer // venue: camp in upstate New York // wedding dress: David Fielden from Lovely Bridal // hairpieces: Claire Vuillemont // shoes: BCBG // bridesmaid dresses: Vintage Slip Dresses bought and dyed to bridesmaids desired color by Jen McCullogh at Olives’s Very Vintage // hair + makeup: hair by Teddi Cranford, makeup by Susie Sobo, White Rose Bride // groom suit: Ben Sherman // invitations + paper goods: invitation design by Trevor Wallis; screen printing by Michael Tabie // cake: 10 different varieties of pie from Carousel Cakes // music: Joe Cristando