We have all the most important elements here with none of the fluff; a simple and sweet ceremony unites a new family, then a simple charcuterie board and cake before portraits at sunset. But that doesn’t mean we didn’t have the good stuff; a touching handfasting ceremony and the bagpipes accompanied by Scottish kilts and custom jackets made this humble micro elopement into a true experience.
Maybe it’s just because we are a team made up of all moms, but we just loved how much they included their son Ian. They literally made him part of every single thing they did; from walking down the aisle, to handfasting, to feeding him cake, to a custom leather jacket for him, and including Ian in almost all the portraits. Ian was the star of the show and we just adored him!
And of course, loved Melissa and Chaz as well. Such style with these two; Chaz in a kilt and Melissa in a colorful dress and custom jacket. Can you believe they’ve been together for 20 years?! They expressed how grateful they were to see how we had nailed their vision so of course that made us super happy. How lucky we are to work with such wonderfully kind and gracious clients.
But can we please talk about the bagpiper?! So amazing and so fun. Our first time have to have bagpipes at a wedding and we sure hope it’s not our last. Andrew was SO good and dressed to impress. This is your sign to get bagpipes for your wedding day!
Vendors & Tags:
All-inclusive Planning: Cactus and Lace Weddings
Location: Valley of Fire – Seven Sisters
Officiant: Jacoba of Peachy Keen
Hair and Makeup: Ruby Finch
Desserts: Caked Las Vegas
Musician: Bagpipe – Andrew Fusco / Las Vegas Pipe Band
Florals: The Front Porch Flowers
Transportation: Kaptyn/Presidential Limo
Photography: Kayla Doty of Cactus and Lace Weddings
Charcuterie: Inside Scoop
Custom Jacket Designs: Fabrics Tattoo