Sarah+John by Ulmer Studios

Sarah+John by Ulmer Studios

Photos by Ulmer Studios

Josh and Amber Ulmer of Ulmer Studios are amazing storytellers, and Sarah and John’s Vintage Cedarwood Wedding is one sensational story. Take two madly-in-love, gorgeous art students + musicians and add dreamy soft colors and rustic vintage styling and we have a masterpiece celebration.

Sarah’s choice of Cream Astilbe for her hand tied bouquet, complimented by single Mink Protea bouquets for bridesmaids and Succulent boutonnieres show how stunning simple can be. Using vintage bottles and antique decor items on tables, along with romantic lace doilies and sun bleached colors create a naturally soft patina. Nuptials in the Cedarwood meadow, cocktails and a cool photo booth station in the front lawn, mini-meal ‘martinis’ for dinner and live music by Sara and John’s talented family and friends set a unique stage. We can’t imagine a more artistically stylish bride and groom, or having better images than these lovelies by the talented Ulmer Studios. Enjoy Sara and John’s day!

Blessings to you and your families, John and Sarah. Our hearts are filled by your graciousness. Thanks to Ulmer Studios for sharing these images.

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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