To make Brit and Daniel’s dream handmade farm wedding a reality, the whole community pitched in. From bridesmaids dresses designed by Brit’s third grade teacher to two hundred and fifty vintage place settings collected from local vintage stores by the couple’s mothers, every element of Brit and Daniel’s day was an act of love. By the end of the event, Brit says that even photographer Carl Zoch felt like family, after capturing the colorful celebration. One of the sweetest contributions was the collection of strawberry fortune cookies that Daniel transported with him all the way from Chinatown in San Francisco to their wedding in Oklahoma. Brit’s family’s homestead was the perfect rustic venue for the affair, with hay bale ceremony seating and adorably unique portraits by the aluminum outhouse.
The Couple: Brit and Daniel
The Wedding: Fairview, Oklahoma
The Inspiration: “Handmade, rustic modern.”
The Moments: “When everyone was gathered after the ceremony at long communal tables share a celebratory feast. Being surrounded by all the people who we loved and cared for, was the most important moment of our wedding.”
The Couple Recommends: “Carl Zoch truly captured our day as I experienced it. He fit in to the party like he was part of the family.”
The Wedding Team:
A big thanks to Carl Zoch for sharing such beautiful images, and Brit and Daniel for letting us in on their handmade farm wedding. For more rustic wedding inspiration, don’t miss Rachel and Pieter’s vintage wedding at Hidden Oaks.