When Esther and Brian met they were both devoting their hearts and following Christ call to do missionary work and spread the word of God through the lives they would touch. Little did they know that call would also bring two people together where love would blossom and bloom into the beautiful relationship these two have today. Today I couldn’t be happier about sharing their DIY outdoor wedding captured by Kymberlie Dozois Photography !
The couple’s wedding was located in the beautiful area of Kopje Regional National Park which is surrounded by stunning scenery and lush mountains any bride wanting a rustic or mountain wedding would adore. The bride and groom only utilized a few vendors to help create their special day because they incorporated a variety of DIY decor with the help of their supporting family and friends. Some of the elements crafted throughout this wedding were the brides flower crown.. which I absolutely LOVE and flower bouquets. There is so many elements throughout this wedding that’ll surely captivate your attention and inspire you as you plan your own wedding.
Many thanks to Kymberlie Dozois Photography along with Esther and Brian for sharing their beautiful day!
Words from the photographer Kymberlie Dozois Photography
The only thing greater than Esther and Brian’s love for one another, is their love of God. Esther and Brian met through their missionary work, and the young couple has spent their years together spreading their love of Christ around the world. Their Christian values were intertwined into their wedding as they shared their faith, laughter and love with the community around them.
There are very few vendors to credit for this gorgeous wedding, as Esther and Brian got crafty and turned to their friends and family to help perfect their ultimate DIY wedding Esther’s friend, Alana Denham Albrecht, fashion consultant and owner of www.ilovedenham.com styled Esther’s hair and her sister, Melody Hood, applied her makeup. They were married in Kopje Regional Park by Esther’s brother-in-law who had to wipe away tears during their intimate ceremony. They borrowed Esther’s father vintage cars, and arranged their own floral bouquets and head wreaths. The event was even catered by their friend, Lisa Burk.