lindsay letters | steven + caitlin’s wedding

The truth is, sometimes I think I can be pretty cool. On the days when I actually put myself together, or remember to listen to music, or shut my laptop and go exploring, I think “yea, I’m kind of cool.” But then I hang out with my friends Steven & Caitlin and I come to realize, I have not even begun to enter through the gates of coolness. This couple is really, one of the coolest couples I know. I was lucky enough to inherit some amazing friends through marriage, and my life is richer for it. Steve & Cait’s wedding was at the Wilder Mansion, which used to be a library. They decorated the mansion with a subtle library theme and mixed it with fresh winter greenery and arrangements made by Cait’s {adorable} mom. When the couple asked me to design their “book-meets-playbill” program, I was honored. Steve’s a writer, so I can’t take any credit for the clever idea or the wording. I was just happy to get to be a part of their vision. {I think the stitched binding adds a little extra somethin’, don’t you?}. After the wedding, all of the guests brunched and laughed and munched on super yummy cupcakes. It was relaxed and magical all at the same time.

So, in honor of the snow gently falling and the first day of December, here are some photos from one of my most favorite December weddings. Enjoy! xo, linds {p.s. I did Cait’s hair, and she’s wearing the same crown her mother wore for her own wedding… awesome, yes?}

{I had to include that last image because my husband is in it!} {I guess I should mention that he officiated the wedding, or else that’s pretty creepy}… Oh, of course! You want to know who’s responsible for the amazing photos!: Paul Carlson, assisted by Jill Devries. They were lovely people with exceptional eyes for detail. Stop by their blogs and check out more of their work!

  • December 1, 2010 - 7:23 pm

    Leah G - Love the unique location and the simplicity. Of course. Her hair is lovely, girl! You are a jack of many trades:)ReplyCancel

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