Hiking, music and glamping all in one weekend with an incredibly artistic couple and eco-friendly wedding, sign me up! I love the outdoors and adventurous weddings. I can’t thank Jenn enough from Soirees and Revelry for matching me with Krystin and Jonathan! In less than 48 hours we had the adventure of a lifetime! We began our journey hiking the Appalachian Trail in Pennslvania for their mountain top wedding. Jonathan carried their etched marker stone with their wedding date and names in his backpack all the way up the trail and left it on the edge of the hiking path to remember for years to come. Upon arriving back to Connecticut we were greeted by the fire-roasted locally sourced meats and produce. Let’s just say a foodies dream.
Krystin is an artist and painted her own elements into their woodland wedding. She designed her own invitations and bridal jackets. She even hiked in her custom dip-dyed dress by Modern Trousseau. Jonathan is a carpenter and made unique garden table place cards with designated herbs on the plates. Paint brushes were engraved for their glamping tent accomodations on the property and he made the coolest, glass washing station! The couple collected antique glasses for guests and they built tables and made their own signs. Every guest painted on a large canvas and was a part of the art.
These lovers of the light truly expressed themselves in every element of their wedding day. They didn’t want any time constraints and wished for their guests to have fun and dance the night away by the light of the bonfires. The grand finale was luminaries on the pond and I joined them for some smores by the fire after our whirlwind 48 hour adventure.
Thank you for the feature, Junebug Weddings