You may remember Robyn & Tim from their engagement session at the shore with twin lighthouses. Their wedding was just as unique. It brought together their love for the outdoors, family and fun. They roasted marshmallows in fire pits to create s’mores, they held a roving rendition of the traditional polish wedding dance and had an actual stuffed moose observing their unique cocktail hour.
Raystown Lake Marina from the window of Robyn’s lodge– I think the teal color is a combination of the reflection from the sky and the trees– stunning!
The engagement guest book is something nearly every one of my brides orders– you can see why it is so popular. Not only is it an album of their engagement session but it also contains messages from their closest family and friends.
Now off to the men as they finish their preparations…
^ Check out this little guy in his tux using the phone 😉
Now that a toast has been made in honor of Tim, it is time for their first look– this gust of wind hit just at the right time to lift Robyn’s veil.
Because both Robyn & Tim’s father passed before thier wedding day, they were each symbolized by these wind chimes. It was such a beautiful gesture and when the chimes rang out at point during the ceremony it brought a few of the guests to tears.
^ Blessing the ring
Their fabulous cocktail hour was next:
LOVE the moose!
^ a photo of her father attached to her bouquet in a locket.
Next the guests roasted marshmallows and made more s’mores:
The polish wedding dance followed. Guests circled around the bride and groom and grabbed a shot as they passed them…
guests danced with the bride in the center often twirling her right off the ground…
they closed the circle around her, but that didn’t stop Tim from breaking through and…
Carrying her out the door– what an awesome honeymoon exit!