Originally Ethan and Myca were planning a destination wedding, but as soon as they started the planning process they realized they wanted to make their wedding accessible to everyone. So, the put the kibosh on a destination wedding and moved their wedding venue to their grandparents’ backyard.
With the help of family and Friends, they created a memorable wedding filled to the brim with gorgeous florals and details. Not to mention, done on a $2,000 budget. Read on to hear more details about this stylish Wisconsin backyard wedding, and see more photos in the full gallery captured by Photographs by Jenna Leigh.
We adore the bridesmaid dresses byÂ Adrianna Papell from Nordstrom. The champagne color goes beautifully with the soft pink and peach color palette, and intricate lace overlay gives the dresses a vintage touch. They go perfectly with the wedding … don’t you think?
Ethan and Myca had an intimate tent reception in the backyard with 50 guests. Ethan’s mom is a former florist and designed all the wedding florals. She actually designed the entire wedding from florals to favors and kept it under 2,000 dollars for all of the look and feel of the wedding! Super impressive.
For dessert they had a gorgeous cake but they also brought out home made goodies. This is a terrific idea if you are trying to keep under a budget. Ask friends and family members to contribute to the wedding by bringing their favorite treat.
Photographer: Photographs by Jenna Leigh
Cake: Ambrosia Bakery
Caterer: Wine Maniacs
Dress Designer: A L’Amour
Groom’s Attire: Mens Wearhouse
Jewelry: Wedding Belles Boutique
Shoe Designer: Steve Madden
Stationery: Rogue Wave Designs
Bridesmaid Dresses: Adrianna Papell, Nordstrom
Makeup: Alisson Leberman | Hair: Samm Scott | Venue: Hohnstein Residence | Flowers: Tara Scott (Groom’s Mother) | Officiant: Randall Scott (Groom’s Father)