Helen & Jason made their own signage and used their creative DIY skills to feature some really lovely props, including a handwritten ‘Order of the Day’ pallet and rustic wood sliced table centerpieces. Festival weddings can be as simple or as detailed as you make them, and anyone who’s planned or is in the middle of planning one (this counts me in!) will know that the entire project can be a lot of hard work! .hire beautiful tipis, roll out the street food van and hire a good band – keep things simple at this festival wedding. Photography was easy as the wedding was full of laughter and emotions.
Helen: “The most important thing for us was that everyone had fun! We opted for a laid back approach to the day with help yourself welcome drinks, lamb spit roast and the most amazing live band.”
One of the things I loved about this festival wedding is the fun and smiles that were constant on the day. The rain poured down for parts of the day, but that didn’t bother the couple as you will see by their happy, beaming faces – these images just wouldn’t be the same without the joyful shots of Helen prancing in the rain with her pink umbrella!
Here’s Helen & Jason’s photos to tell us all about her festival wedding in Vanstone Park.