Sara & Curtis’ intimate backyard wedding was a wonderful celebration with their immediate families.
Before sitting down for this intimate backyard wedding ceremony, guests picked up cones of rose petals to toss. Pink and white flowers with greenery decorated the gazebo. Gold Chiavari chairs were wrapped with sheet fabric and a strand of greenery.
From the photographer: Sara and Curtis knew that they wanted to be able to celebrate their wedding with those closest to them, their immediate families, with their guests numbering fewer than 20 people. Although the wedding was small, that didn’t stop the couple from thinking through each detail, from the florals that decorated the gazebo to bringing in Gundalow Gourmet to cater the wedding dinner under the bistro lights on the patio. Shortly before the first look, you could find Sara laying out rose petals beneath the gazebo and Curtis tying up balloons- adjusting all of the finishing touches around the space. To me, that’s one of the truly beautiful things of an intimate wedding in a space that you are familiar and comfortable in. Seeing it transformed into a space where one of the biggest milestones of your lives will take place can be that much more rewarding and working together to make that happen, well, isn’t that the most beautiful thing?
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Nordstrom//Ring Designer: Ascot Diamonds//Dress Designer: Likely NYC//Makeup Artist: Darrell Barrett Salon and Spa//Hair Stylist: Image Is Salon//Caterer: Gundalow Gourmet//Floral Designer: Petal Pushers Co//Photographer: Katherine Elizabeth Photography