Leah and Garrett's creekside wedding was the perfect 2020 micro wedding. A small number of family and friends quarantined for weeks to celebrate their love, and it could not have been more perfect.
The day started with a picturesque creekside ceremony; both the bride and groom looked entirely at home in the forest. The couple wanted the ceremony to be intimate and personal, officiated by a close friend Leah and Garrett exchanged handwritten vows that reflected on the many years they've spent together and what all is to come. Cheers roared through the forest as the ceremony concluded, followed by a celebratory champagne toast. The couple fully embraced the day and did not hesitate to ditch their shoes and jump into the creek after exchanging their vows.
The reception reflected the couple's natural laid back style. Farm tables were overflowing with gauze, candles, and mixed glass vases filled with delicate blooms. Soft grey linens with cascading arrangements atop of vintage milk glass compotes added texture and elegance. Each place setting was adorned with hand-dyed napkins, linen place cards, and a sprig of greenery—our favorite part, locally sourced hand sanitizer bottles, which complimented the design and served a purpose. Very 2020.
Every part of Leah and Garrett's day was deeply personal, and the first dance was no exception. The bride and groom kicked off the reception with an acoustic performance by one of the groomsmen. Guests indulged in custom woodfired pizza creations and individually wrapped fruit tarts. The night concluded with a stunning sunset and a bonfire to cap off the perfect day. Congratulations, Leah and Garrett!
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