If you’ve got the room, backyard weddings can be the perfect venue for your big day! You’ll have the comfort of being familiar with your venue, and most likely have a lot of extra room in the house for your entire bridal party to get ready.
By incorporating a tent to a backyard wedding, you can ensure the day will be perfect, rain or shine, and still have an elegant feel to an intimate venue. Nothing better than being married at our home, groom being walked down by his daughter and bride by her sons, with the family of seven total having a blended family sand ceremony as they got married on their beach.
Our good friend getting ordained just to do the honors of marrying us, and her husband, our very close friend as well, being our flower dude to set the tone, followed by my adorable niece as a flower girl.
If you’re close to a body of water, even if it’s not an ocean, could be the perfect backdrop for your wedding. Get close to the shoreline for your ceremony and then retreat to a tent for your reception. What a beautiful day!
Kids pick of the night being the ice cream truck PolarXPress. Pickle Mama’s catering and not being held back with it being outdoors, serving mouth watering options such as Maryland crab cakes and chef carved prime rib.
Impromptu Father daughter dance to AC/DC You Shook Me All Night Long, which the band absolutely rocked out along with their entire set that all 200 plus guests are still talking about, Trailer Park Ninjas.
We also had professional level firework display put together and set off by our good friends who also spent days helping us set up for the special day, and even got us pipes for our new HD Roadglide we rode on our honeymoon to the 2022 Sturgis bike rally. Our friends are truly incredible and a huge part of our lives.
John Paul Studios Wedding Photography Photographer.