I see tons of great weddings every day, but there are very few that have stuck out to me as much as this particular celebration we’re featuring today. The happy couple, Tyler and Emily, had one of the most relaxed and low key yet gorgeous weddings I’ve ever seen! That, along with it being a super DIY and budget wedding makes it all the more unique. The bride’s sweet and simple wedding dress was a $15 dress from Charlotte Russe looks amazing on her — apparently she opted for this more casual and comfortable look to fit the laid back wedding she was dreaming of, even after she had bought a more traditional wedding dress! A no-fuss bride after my own heart.
The entire DIY wedding day was captured beautifully by the talented Caroline and Jayden of Woodnote Photography. And just wait until you see the stunning bridal portraits of Emily in this post. Did I mention how much I love her wedding look? But enough of my chattering — read on and see their gorgeous wedding photos for yourself!
I don’t know about you brides, but Emily and Tyler’s special day makes me soooooo happy! Not only is it gorgeous, but it truly shows that a couple can pull off a beautiful wedding without expensive and extravagant details. What do you think? Tell us your favorite part about this dreamy DIY day in the comments.
Thanks so much again to Caroline + Jayden of Woodnote Photography for sharing these lovely images, and congrats to the happy couple!
Photographer: Caroline + Jayden of Woodnote Photography | Videographer: Daniel Sather | Emily’s Dress: Charlotte Russe, $15 | Emily’s shoes: Goodwill | Emily’s Jewellery: her Grandma’s | Tyler’s Suit: J.Crew and Goodwill | Hair + makeup: Emily DIY | Flowers: DIY by Emily | Stationery & paper goods: Wedding programs designed by Emma Cline (one of the bridesmaids) | Ceremony + Reception Venue: Hidden Vineyard | Wedding favors: mugs from Goodwill, chocolate covered espresso beans from nuts.com | Caterers: Caitlin’s Catering | Ceremony Songs: The Thing That Made You by Benh Zeitlin + Dan Romer (a song from the Beasts of the Southern Wild soundtrack) + Turning Page by Sleeping at Last | First Dance: Army Corps of Architects by Death Cab for Cutie