What I love about the wedding industry is seeing new trends to replace outdated traditions. I particularly enjoy seeing crafty people plan a wedding based on bohemian influences and a love of thrift-shopping. This wedding was decorated nearly entirely from thrift-finds and an eclectic taste from the bride and groom.
Planning an outdoor wedding in the fall can be tough. This wedding was faced with strong winds and the entire reception had to be moved inside the barn. But thanks to a thoughtfully planned timeline, I was able to snag some photos of all the décor and arrangements before the wind swept through the venue. After you check out this gallery, take a peak at another DIY wedding that I shot the same weekend as this one.
Taryn and Aaron (yes their names rhyme) chose to skip the traditional cake cutting and hired an ice cream truck for their reception and dessert. They also hired a beer truck to serve endless beer and wine throughout the night. These two ideas inspired my blog post about new wedding traditions to consider. If you need some additional inspiration for a boho, thrifted wedding check out this article for planning a DIY wedding for non-traditional couples.
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