Boho Campground Small Intimate Wedding
Boho Campground Small Intimate Cliffside Wedding
Palo Duro Canyon cliffside ceremony small wedding was to die for. The bride rented our bridal tent to get ready in and her best man strung marquee lights over the real wooden tables and china plates. This wedding was over a year in the making and it couldn’t have gone any more perfect, even down to the rugs as the dance floor. This for sure needs to go on the “Top 5 best elopements at Palo Duro Canyon” blog post
Logan + Taylor
Photography- Brit Nicole Photography – Texas Elopements
Videography- Derek Porterfield
Shoes- Homemade DIY
Cater- Desperado Catering- Also zero waste, everything leftover is donated to a Male Veterans Shelter in Amarillo, Tx. Hot sauce and pickled onions from El Don @SalsasElDon
Cakes- Family made GF Cherry pie tower -@thesugarshop Cake
Cocktail Hour- Karbach and Trader Joe’s, White claws
Dress- Rue De Seine ‘East Gown’ at Unbridaled
Wedding Planner- Rachel Simon
DJ- Dj Entertainment by Jack Light
How Taylor + Logan met- We met on bumble, I asked if he could have any superpower what would it be. He sent me a book back as his answer weighing the pros and cons of each individual power! We spoke for about 6months before finally meeting in person! From then on we were inseparable, we Began hiking and exploring the world together. Then when I completely changed careers, taking a huge leap of faith from a secure job to the unknown of a creative career. He never doubted me, not when money was tight or I felt like giving up. So when he finally asked me to marry him I had no doubt in my mind.
My favorite memory besides some alone time together with Brit and Derek? Really watching the whole vision come together, we have been working on this DIY, Sustainable wedding for 3 years now. Every little detail coming together and working so seamlessly was one of the most accomplishing feelings. We rescued plates, silverware, and glasses from 100s of estate sales, the vanity we rescued, painted, and completely transformed! We used scrap fabric for napkins, cut, ironed, sewed them so they could then be written on, then reused to be transformed into a wedding quilt! We used recycled Manila folders for all the invitations and programs and used seeded paper for the guest gifts. The rug we got married on is actually the rug from our home, the rug where our coffee table sits and our dogs sleep. We used dried flowers so as to give them a second life, even the garter belt was just some spare ribbon we had laying around! So getting to see those little details come together and create a WEDDING was exceptional.
My advice to future brides is to put your own little details into it, use your rug from home, that vase from your dining room table, maybe even your side table to be used as a photobooth! Whatever it is bring that piece of home and heart with you. Seeing them there made the wedding feel warm and cozy, and every day I’m in my home I see those reminders of my special day and a piece of me gets to relive it.
Brit Nicole Photography’s work speaks VOLUMES for itself. From the first time we spoke, I knew we were soulmates, that finish each other’s sentences type of experience. That continued through the wedding day, Brit never failed to finish my sentences, read my mind, and execute problem-solving and preplanning like a boss. Time really is short and it flys by, it helps to have someone you trust and already knows what’s important to you on that day to ensure you make the MOST of the time before it’s over. Thank you, Brit
During the ceremony, Jack (DJ Entertainment) played an audio clip of Taylor’s dad who had passed away singing “take me out to the ballgame” and you could hear little Taylor and her cousin singing along.