There were so many beautiful and unique things about Nina & Vance's wedding day that were easy to fall in love with. Their October wedding day had fantastic fall weather, with a little bit of sunshine and a little bit of clouds. The Lodge at Cathedral Pines it probably one of my new favorite venues for smaller weddings, it's a beautiful lodge tucked away in Black Forest that offers some great scenery for photographs. A local folk band Smith House play during the ceremony and reception who were incredible! The flowers at the wedding were probably some of the most unique I've ever seen! Nina's bouquet was made out of dried flowers from an Etsy shop called The Flower Patch and they looked absolutely amazing! But, one of the cutest details of the day were the flower girls. Nina and Vance chose to have their flowers girls be their grandmothers, and yes, it was just a precious as it sounds! At the reception, Nina & Vance had some scrumptious treats at their dessert bar from Radiantly Raw Chocolate. Who wouldn't want chocolate at their wedding? AND healthy chocolate! If you haven't tried their chocolate yet you need to! It's amazing! And of course Nina and Vance had coffee at their reception because they are big coffee lovers, so they had a coffee bar with baristas from Colony Class serving pour over coffee throughout the night. I loved every detail that was poured into their wedding that reflected who Nina & Vance truly are. Oh... and I can't forget the awesome vintage truck that was redone by the Groom's family. It made an awesome prop for photos as well as a great entrance to the ceremony for the bride. Thank you Nina and Vance for letting me be a part of your special day. I loved every moment I got to capture! Here are some of my favorite shots from their wedding.... Enjoy!