Narrowing down the photos for Abigail + Noah’s blog post was nearly impossible, I just love this little lady and her family so much (and now her husbands family, too!) She first saw Noah at a mutual family friend’s wedding. The two were 17 and in High School- but Abigail still remembers to this day what he was wearing: a black suit and a light green tie (of course he chose something a bit more streamlined for their wedding day.) Abigail’s vision for the aesthetic of their wedding day was simple and sweet with a bohemian vibe; lots of greenery with moody touches here and there, and it came together beautifully. Read on to see some of my favorite details from their day, including a cool plot twist to their planning!
I loved creating Noah and Abigail’s custom watercolored invitations- rich florals softened by greenery and dove grey envelopes- the invitation served as inspiration for Abigail’s bouquet itself!
Abigail’s dad built the arbor entrance and the beautiful triangular altar and platform as a visual reminder of Ecc.4:12, “a cord of three strands is not easily broken.”
The live-edge table that served as an altar and holding place for communion was hand-crafted by the groom, Pathway Tables
The perfect summer wedding cake- two tiered chocolate bundt cake covered in the best flora summer has to offer
I loved Abigail’s sweet words about her wedding day when I asked her what her favorite part was.
“I loved absolutely everything of the wedding, but I would have to say one of my favorite things of the day is seeing what God had in store for our wedding day. 3 months prior to the wedding we ended up switching venues from a beautiful barn church due to feeling led that we were to get married somewhere else. My family, sisters in laws, and mother in law paired with God & just traveled around the small town of Upper Sandusky to see where our wedding would be. It was such a fun process to rely on guidance from God completely! Hannah ( my sister in law & the photographer of the wedding ) sent many ideas of places that would be fun to try, this included: the museum in upper, an alley, & the park. Noah and I had complete peace over the venue situation and I remember saying a prayer about where God would want us to get married to glorify Him & a field came to mind. No coincidence we ended up marrying in a field at a golf course 🙂 Crazy how God works!”
Such an amazing story- and the wedding truly reflected the joy this amazing couple had found in each other and in God’s purpose in their life! Each time I remember it it brings happy tears to my eyes. Congrats Abigail + Noah!
Photographer- Hannah Capuano | Venue- Lincoln Hills Golf Course | Wedding Planner / Stylist / Stationary- Auburn and Ivory Creative | Florist- Schuster’s Flowers | Ribbon + Velvet Table Runner- The Lesser Bear| Brides Gown- B.Loved Bridal | Dress Designer- Karen Willis Holmes| Alterations- Sew Cora| Rug Rental- Addison Jones| Cake- Nothing Bundt Cakes | Caterering- City Barbecue |