Our next wedding is completely romantic and full of mint and gold details we just love! Where do we begin? From the mismatched mint and gold bridesmaid dresses, to the DIY wedding bouquet with giant succulents, every detail falls perfectly into place to create an almost enchanting evening we know you're going to love!
We can't wait to show you the rest of all the details of this gold and mint vintage wedding! View the full gallery here. Photographed by Samantha Laffoon.
Gold and mint galore
Ben and Andrea's DIY wedding was completely enchanting and romantic. She had an amazing vision for this perfect day and everything came together beautifully! There were mint and gold touches everywhere from the bouquets she made to the hand picked bridesmaids gowns to the cake.
Mint bouquet recipe
If you're loving this gorgeous bouquet as much as we are, then we have some good news for you! You can now recreate the look of this mint inspired bouquet by following the recipe below.
The flowers used were: Succulent, White Rose, Spider Mums, Hypericum Berries, Seeded Eucalyptus, Dusty Miller.
Their intimate ceremony took place down in a little valley of the Rex Allen Theater. The lush trees and abandoned steeples created the perfect backdrop for their promise to love one another forever. The touches of stained glass windows and chandeliers gave the feeling of an indoor ceremony and reception in the woods.
Enjoy each moment
From the bride: My advice to future brides would be to ENJOY the moments. Enjoy the planning, the long phone calls with your mother over details, the time spent with friends and family and the look in his eyes. Enjoy each second of your wedding day because it will be over and gone in a flash. These moments are irreplaceable.
Don't forget to sit back and eat
The only thing I would have changed would have been to have someone save a plate of food and a piece of cake for my husband and me after the wedding. Once the wedding was over and we had come down from our excitement, my husband and I realized we had barely touched our dinner and only had one bite of cake, half of which went on my husband's face. We were starving!