I’m so excited to share Leah and Roscoe’s wedding. Roscoe is a like a brother to me, so I was honored to be a part of their special day. It was a very small intimate mountaintop wedding. Its hard to believe that 5 years ago Roscoe hiked the AT(Appalachian Trail), and my hubby and I went and met him when he was on his last leg of his journey to spend a weekend with him. He found his perfect match in Leah. She loves hiking and camping and all things outdoorsy. They hiked and camped at Max Patch last year and loved it, so it was the perfect spot for their ceremony. It was a lovely laid back weekend enjoying the mountains and family. I am so thankful to call you my brother Roscoe, and welcome to the family, Leah!
Roscoe loves a gin martini, so he chose this tie to complement his Banana Republic suit.
The perfect dress to hike a half mile in!
Her vintage birdcage veil was perfect!
Leah’s sister Jenna helped her get ready!
Leah was a beautiful bride!
The morning fog coming in over the mountains.
We all hiked to the mountaintop for their ceremony. Max Patch is on top of a bald mountain with no shade, so umbrellas were a must!
They couldn’t have chosen a more glorious day!
Roscoe is my best friend Elizabeth’s brother. So of course her sweet children were a part of the big day too. Haddie and Josephine even got to carry the rings.
The AT trail blaze! This was truly a family wedding. Leah’s dad even officiated the ceremony.
I cannot get enough of this mountain view. What a gorgeous aisle to walk down!
The whole crew.
Love this shot of Leah’s family.
Leah and her sister, Jenna, are best friends.
It looks like there’s going to be another family wedding soon! Jenna just got engaged! Congrats, Jenna and Ruel!
I am blessed to be an honorary member of the Douglas family. So even though this wedding was strictly immediate family, I played my sister/photographer card. Thanks for including me!
That is right; we even got in front of the camera for just a second. We LOVE y’all so much!
Popping a bottle to celebrate
What a cool spot to come come back to on a future anniversary!
A few mountain top romantics.
I created Leah’s beautiful bouquet with flowers she had picked up at the farmer’s market along with flowers we foraged around our cabin.
I love how it turned out! Maybe I’ll be a floral designer in my next life.
Every bride needs “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue.” Leah’s something old was her vintage 1920s ring. Her something new was her gorgeous dress. Her something borrowed was this gorgeous bracelet that her best friend, Kelsey, let her borrow. She wore an adorable pair of Mod Cloth shoes as her something blue.
Someone grabbed a shot of me in action.
After the ceremony, the whole party headed to Corner Kitchen in Asheville for a brunch.
Elizabeth, Roscoe’s sister surprised the couple with a beautiful wedding cake!
The cake was beautiful and delicious! Leah and Roscoe call their adventures Leroing. So Gwen, Roscoe’s mom, had a custom cake topper made to honor their biggest adventure together so far!
Love you both and we can’t wait to go camping with y’all again!
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