You got a shiny rock for Valentine’s Day and now you’re planning to be a June Bride. This June? As in just three-ish months away? Oh yes. You can do it. An adorable and perfectly sized home grown wedding is totally within your reach. One of the spectacular features of a wedding you put together yourself is that it is customized to your taste. An outdoor wedding lets the location speak for you. Check out these waterfront wedding options and charming details that tie your knot together with class.
Get the family together for a mountain cabin retreat and a wedding in the woods that’s also lake front. This luxury cabin on Lake Arrowhead is cute and cozy. Space for 25 guests includes a charming guest house which can serve as a matrimonial suite for the happy couple. The area is perfect for an afternoon wedding and a picnic themed reception complete with gingham table cloths and lemonade in mason jars. Serve petit fours instead of traditional cake to highlight the Victorian hints in the cabin’s decor. Add willow branches to the bouquets to compliment the massive California hardwoods. The location is perfect for a bachelorette retreat a few days before the wedding. The village area is prime for shopping and spa days.
What’s more home grown and classy than a beach front wedding? Florida’s Gulf Coast will give you the perfect ocean sunset back drop for a romantic celebration. Now take home grown and turn it into luxury: your own private island! This tree-house style vacation home has plenty of space for the whole wedding party, a private sugar sand beach for your ceremony, and a whole island for your reception. No fear of wedding crashers here. This island is only accessible by boat. Have your groomsmen ferry over the mother of the bride on the pontoon. Your wedding experience will be unique before the guest reach their beach chairs. The home sleeps 18 guests so the wedding party can stay and celebrate. Catering is a breeze in the gourmet outfitted kitchen. Send everyone to the hot tub to take a load off after the ceremony, as if a private island isn’t relaxing enough.