Courtney and Jeremy threw one amazing Star Wars inspired wedding. From her romantic wedding bouquet bursting with tropical florals from The Anti Bride, to the fun and funky Star Wars action figure boutonnieres. It's a totally out-of-this-world celebration that we can't get enough of!
The force is strong with this romantic Star Wars wedding, so don't miss any of the amazing images from Christina Karst Photography. View the full gallery here for more inspiration.
Laid back feel
From the bride: When planning the wedding, we decided we wanted an informal, laid back, "back yard" party feel. The rest of what we love came naturally; Food, friends, family, our Caribbean vacations, and of course my love for Star Wars.
The best atmosphere
We were not the "traditional" wedding. I had a Man of Honor and my best of men, and he had a Best Woman. I opted for Star Wars character boutonnieres and cuff links instead of flowers. I wanted people to have fun, and have options for food. I wanted people to remember our wedding for the details, the food, and the atmosphere. We couldn't have pictured a more perfect day.
My florist, The Anti Bride, had full reign on what to do. I told her two specific flowers that I wanted and she took the idea and ran with it. The table arrangements were all unique and beautiful. My bouquet was not what I could have ever imagined; it was absolutely beautiful and different from anything that I have ever seen.
Attention to detail
Choosing a photographer had to have been the hardest thing to do. I looked at over 200 local photographers before I found Christina Karst Photography. Her relaxed demeanor and attention to detail was exactly what we were looking for. She let us be who we are and have fun. I told her I wanted moments and details, things that people wouldn't remember and I am so happy that she caught them.
Choosing a cake was not the easiest task. I like chocolate, he likes vanilla. So why settle for just one cake?!? We decided that having four cakes and a completely separate dessert table was the way to go. I wanted my guests to have options and not be limited to the traditional wedding cake.