I have a special treat for all of you today. Back in August, an adorable couple, Julie and Kyle, made their way to Santa Fe, New Mexico, to get married. I coordinated the wedding and, today, it was featured on Style Me Pretty. The bride (and groom) have amazing style and working with them was a walk in the park. Julie and I were on the same design wavelength the entire planning process and I was thrilled to be a part of this unique and gorgeous wedding. So, without further ado, I present to you the first official Barnwood & Birch wedding.
The bride collected antique, amber-glass apothecary bottles and jars to hold succulents and flowers.
The ceremony rug was an adorable way to make the ceremony space their own. Plus, they can use this rug in their home afterward (and smile every time they see it).
The Buckeye Seeds came from Julie's grandmother's backyard. According to Julie's grandmother, the seeds mean "good luck" in Native American tradition.
Various pictures of both sets of grandparents graced the table settings.
The mugs, from Anthropologie, had the couples' initials "J", "K", and "H".
For more gorgeous photos from Julie and Kyle's wedding, head to Barnwood & Birch's portfolio page: here.