Laura and John were looking to make their wedding small but memorable. They did exactly that at their intimate bed and breakfast wedding!
With everyone staying overnight in the same place, it’s a great way to keep the party tight-knit and going for as long as possible. When you have all your favorite people in one place, you want to spend as much time with them as you can!
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Our bride, Laura, opted for a non-traditional but absolutely stunning burgundy bridal gown. It was the color of the day at the intimate bed and breakfast wedding and tied everything together.While Laura opted for a non-traditional route for her gown, she still incorporated some typical pieces for a bride. The bouquet being no exception. Isn’t it gorgeous?If someone in the family has a major talent, use it! It’s a great way to showcase what they love to do and add a special touch while keeping the affair nice and small.When opting for an intimate bed and breakfast wedding, this couple knew that many of the comforts of home would be available to them on their big day. Allows for so many personal touches!Laura and John opted not to have a processional. Her solo walk down the aisle allowed all the wedding guests to focus on the bride! So special.This bride and groom knew they wanted to share their special day with only their close family and friends. What an honor to get an invite to this intimate bed and breakfast wedding!Exchanging their vows in this stunning garden, let this sweet couple’s ceremony be both understated and beautiful.You may kiss the bride!One of the biggest perks of having a small wedding is that you can celebrate with each of your guests in a meaningful way.After the ceremony, these newlyweds took full advantage of the bed and breakfast. All their guests enjoyed its cozy feel. Heartfelt speeches were made by those close to the couple.Another beautiful thing about having a small guest list is that you are able to have a conversation or snap a photo with everyone there. Relaxing and enjoyable.Many couples forget to stop and enjoy a private moment together on their wedding day. Not this bride and groom!This adorable bride and groom in burgundy were able to take their time and grab some really fun portraits in the garden. They were relaxed and able to be themselves because they weren’t stressed about getting back to a huge party! Another benefit of a small guest list.Cinderellie’s Sweets provided the perfect size cake in the perfect colors for this intimate bed and breakfast wedding celebrating this couple’s love!Laura and John still shared a first dance and cake cutting during their quaint reception! We love when couples take those traditional elements from the day, pare them down to fit their style, but still include them in an intimate wedding.
If you are looking for a cozy, low-key feel at your wedding, let Laura and John provide you with some inspiration for your photos. A bed and breakfast wedding can be the perfect way to celebrate with friends and family and have it still feel so special. Let’s chat!