Today I am thrilled to share a beautiful Backyard wedding in Poulsbo with vintage vibes, DIY and thrifted decor.
Images were captured by TMInpired Photography.
Taylor is the TMinspired Photography, a destination elopement and wedding photographer.
Her Husband Nathan is a videographer via Ochoa Wedding Films.
Documenting love stories is a favourite way they have of spending weekend together.
They are based in both Seattle, Washington as well as Southern California, as well as all around the world – wherever weddings take them.
Taylor and Colin originally had their micro wedding planned for 2020, but with the Pandemic they re-planned their wedding twice.
Eventually, they decided to let go of their original plans and opt for something different.
Taylor and Colin spent the entire summer tearing out the overgrown yard, battling blackberry bushes and hot weather, and their dream of a backyard (Or, technically, front yard) wedding started to come to life.
To economises Taylor spent her weekends thrifting decor, teaming up with her BFF Amanda for the hunt, and they even started their own second hand shop online to share the gems.
As much as fusing vintage finds into celebrations and home decor is trendy, Taylor has always had a heart for second-hand items so finding the perfect thrifted finds to set the tables for their guests was a thrill.
Her beautiful vintage lace gown came second hand through the bridal consignment shop, Blue Sky Bridal. while Hair and makeup was done by Anne Timss.
She was complimented by her stylish Groom Colin in a custom suit by Indochino which had him looking incredibly sharp.
Taylor and Colin both chose ethically sourced wedding bands from the company, Aide-Memorie..
Kate from Tapestry Events Co. lead a beautiful and personalized ceremony for the lovebirds.
Bride and groom chose to walk together down the aisle to their ceremony, and it was powerful and so incredibly sweet.
It started to rain during their ceremony but as these two read their vows to one another you wouldn’t have known the difference as they embraced the inclement weather.
Throughout the entire wedding you could tell the amount of attention to detail they put into this celebration.
From the pearl necklace, to the vases and lanterns, to Taylor’s jean jacket with lace details (which was freaking TO DIE FOR). Every piece had a purpose, and could be re-purposed..
Taylor and Colin ultimately wanted to create a space where everyone felt a respect for their physical and emotional safety to participate in a way that felt genuine and comfortable for them.
For all things technical, wedding planner and coordinator Gen of Infinity Weddings By Gen, handled it all. All of the beautiful florals and some of the rentals for the space were by Love Blooms.
Colin’s dad set up the audio and sound system through his company, Bottlehead, and others chipped in to help as well with a friend making the cupcakes and cake for the dessert table.
The reception area was lit up by beautiful twinkle lights they had strung, and they hired a local pizzeria, Parlor Shop Pizza, for dinner. while they carved out time to spend moments with each of their guests individually.
As the rain decided to pour harder, they opted to move the party indoors to continue their wonderful celebration.
Take a look at the pretty wedding film by Ochoa Wedding Films….
Backyard Wedding Vendors
Venue: Private Residence
Photographer: TMInspired Photography
Event Planner: Infinity Weddings and Events by Gen
Celebrant: Tapestry Event Co.
Dress Store: Blue Sky Bridal
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Indochino
Veils and headpieces: Twigs and Honey
Jewelry: Era Designs
Beauty: Anne Timss Makeup Artist
Cake / Desserts: Friend
Floral Designer: Love Blooms Wedding and Event Design
Catering: Parlor Shop Pizza
Audio & Sound system: Bottlehead
Cinema and Video: Ochoa Wedding Films
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