After mutual friends of theirs kept insisting they meet, Bekka asked Nate if wanted to grab a drink at Jim’s Place on a casual Tuesday night. The two of them look back and say with a smile how they sat there at that high top table talking for 7 hours, and the rest was history. Nowadays, they love cooking together, exploring Door County, sitting on our patio with a good glass of wine, taking care of our plant babies/garden, snowshoeing, tackling DIY.
From the bride: “We dreamed of having a flowy greenery/nature wedding with lots of handmade elements.” The bride and groom along with their family helped DIY the décor of their wedding day, even down to the candles and wedding programs. Bekka’s father handmade the ceremony arch, which was nestled in the tall pine grove. Rather than choosing a maid of honor and bestman, they decided ALL would be best women and best men in their lives and the girls beige floral dresses helped tie into this floral/woodland vision. Their greenery florals were a nod to the natural foliage around them, and Bekka addorned her bouquet with a charm of her mother and blue beeds she crocheted, carrying her love with her on her wedding day.
As the sun set, the couple stepped away from their guests and enjoyed a quiet moment embracing eachother, and overlooking the meadow. Letting the beauty of their day and their recent vows to eachother sink in before being whisked back to a fun-filled evening of food, berry tarts, and polka dancing!
Congratulations to the happy couple!