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What I really love about this wedding is how cohesive it is. The colors are carried through throughout the whole thing. The tandem bicycle is used in photos, the cake topper, the guest book, and other paper products. The pinwheels/rosettes are showcased on the cake backdrop, the cake itself, and the card box. Not to mention how much fun the Zach and Sarah and their wedding party look like they’re having (check out those BMX moves)!



From the Photographer:

Sarah & Zach were married during the Midwest’ heatwave in June. Sarah worked very hard on all of the DIY details; painted wine bottles, flowered centerpieces, paper flowers behind the cake wall, programs, etc. The main inspiration behind their wedding was a tandem bicycle they used for their engagement session. Zach used to race BMX bikes & fixed up this old tandem bicycle for their e-session. Their favorite photo was of them kissing underneath a huge oak tree with the tandem bike next to them. They used that image as their canvas “guest book” where each guest left their thumb print as a leaf on the tree of the canvas guestbook. The cake topper was a wire tandem bike with a bride and groom riding it! The tandem bicycle was brought along to use with the bride & groom and the wedding party photos after the ceremony!


Photographer: Moondance Photography / Reception Venue: Mineral Springs

5 Comments

  1. Those flowers! And, that cake topper? So cute!

  2. Hey, this wedding looks familiar! I second shot this wedding with Jenny, the talented photographer of Moondance Photography. Sarah and Zach were awesome. The tandem bike theme carried throughout out was unique and so much fun!

  3. Cathy
    12:38 pm on December 18th, 2012

    That Jenny Hodges is such a talented photographer! The wedding was beautiful!

  4. I’m honored to be featured on your site among other beautiful weddings! Thank you!

  5. Cohesive is right! I love how several elements were carried all through the wedding (colors, the bikes) Sometimes incorporating so many elements can be overwhelming and ends up not matching at all…but this was very well done! Love it…especially that cake topper! Cute!