In a nod to the groom's Hungarian roots, this wedding weekend is christened "Eskuvo," which means "wedding" in his native tongue. The Eskuvo theme encompasses everything from the wedding website to the stationery, including this sign, carved by the bride's uncle, which hangs on a tree at the wedding location.
For this outdoor reception, tables are set up with each guest's place outlined in chalk on a roll of black paper. Red artist's tape secures the corners to the tablecloth, and single-flower arrangements rest in milk bottles, latte bowls and ceramic tumblers. Votive candles illuminate paper bags trimmed with scalloping shears.
Tiny Pine Press's stationery suite uses a mix of textures and natural elements for this outdoor wedding in Jackson, Wyoming. A handmade folder houses the different pieces, with a twig and twine closure to go with the rustic theme.
The hand-colored photograph of the house and the pond is the save-the-date and a preview of the wedding location.
The bride's father, grandfather, and brother rolled up their sleeves to help make the family farm in Virginia perfect for the wedding, even building the natural steps leading down to the altar. They also re-made the pond, leveled out the land, installed a 30-foot fountain and built the area arbor. It was a complete DIY family affair, and the result is a setting that seems to be made just for a wedding.
In keeping with the casual setting of this outdoor wedding, some guests sat on quilts and pillows during the ceremony and reception; others gathered at tables. Parasols, paper fans, and bottles of sunscreen were set out on a table near the entrance for guests to use during the outdoor festivities.