This article was originally shared on Junebug Weddings
When your backyard is as lovely as Elizabeth and David’s, a wedding at home is as beautiful as it is stress-free. To further ensure their day ran smoothly, the pair enlisted the help of Oak and Honey Events to take care of every charming and natural detail of their eco-friendly wedding. Elizabeth couldn’t have been cuter in her vintage gown and yellow shoes, sipping on milkshakes straight from mobile bar Sweet Water Caravan. Addison Jones Photography‘s golden hour couple portraits of the newlyweds with Cleveland’s skyline in the backdrop are as breathtaking as could be!
Elizabeth and David
Private Residence, Cleveland, Ohio
My close friend Kelly officiated the ceremony. We wrote our vows and sent them to her, she read them out loud and we repeated them. We each said four vows: three funny, personal ones and one more sentimental.
Melannie from Oak and Honey Events met with us to establish the overall design. We love that she took inspiration from our home. We wanted the wedding to celebrate Tremont and Cleveland and our modern vintage style, while also celebrating our friends and family that enjoyed the day with us.
I wanted to be comfortable and have fun as well as look as much like my self. I went to Miranda’s Vintage Bridal. She redid the sleeves of my ’60s dress to shorten them a bit, but otherwise the dress was in it’s original state.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Addison Jones Photography
Event Planning – Oak and Honey Events
Venue – Private Residence
Floral Design – Fair Rarity Flowers
Catering – Cleveland Vegan
Mobile Bar – Sweet Water Caravan
DJ – DJ Goodwin
Invitations – Paper Vow
Makeup Artist – Lindsay London
Wedding Dress – Miranda’s Vintage Bridal
Rentals – Borrow Rentals
Transportation – Lolly the Trolly
Favors – Cleveland Clothing Company
Congrats to Elizabeth and David on their eco-friendly wedding at home! Planning your own wedding at home? Check out Joyce and Hector’s intimate Portland wedding for more inspiration!
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