If ever there was an award for the most darling of weddings, this one captured by Christie Graham would clearly win in spades. Having been a counselor at Camp Sasamat for several summers, the bride envisioned her wedding taking place by the lake filled to the brim with rustic DIY details. While the venue was a woodsy wonderland, the bride stunned in a gorgeous San Patrick gown that was adorned with delicate hand beaded cap sleeves that she made herself. Other camp-inspired details included DIY projects included baking all of the desserts, including the naked cake, and the hand stamped copper tags to name a few. With a color palette of emerald green, gold and copper; this lakeside celebration is the epitome of rustic romance.
Photography: Christie Graham Photography | Bride’s dress: Calais by San Patrick from The Bridal Gallery (but the sleeves were a DIY!) | Bride’s Shoes: Seychelles Footwear | Groom’s Suit: Jos. A Bank | Groom’s Shoes: Nordstrom | Hair and Makeup: Carla Hawksworth | Venue: Sasamat Outdoor Centre, Belcarra BC | Flowers: Celsia Florist | Film scans: Caribou Film Lab