When I first saw Emily and Nick's wedding, I was completely smitten with their ceremony decor. Yes, I'm a sucker for anyone getting married in front of doors, but there was something so perfect about the old silo, and how it had just the right amount of flowers and greenery. I soon fell in love with their entire wedding, which took place in Wisconsin, just about one year ago.
Emily fell in love with the wedding--and the planning--and now plans events too. That's the proof that while planning can be stressful, it can also be fun!
Thanks to the photographers at m three studio, you can see this fete in full, complete with rustic touches that were perfect for this farm-turned-art space. And how fresh is the color combination of the neutrals of the surroundings, the pastels of the bridesmaids, and the bold floral tones?
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After the celebration, the couple honeymooned in Thailand. They spent two "adventurous and romantic" weeks traveling, starting in Bangkok, where they shopped through the floating markets, ate the best pad thai, tried fish pedicures, and explored Buddhist temples. They then headed north to Chang Mai to stay in a local village with mahouts (elephant trainers) at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center. Over three days, Emily and Nick rode and trained elephants, and participated in a local show to educate young children on the importance of elephant conservation. There was also the opportunity to get a bit up close and personal with tigers (see photo below).
After a much needed rest from working in the jungle the newlyweds enjoyed some R&R on the stunning beaches and islands off the Krabi Peninsula and on Koi Phi Phi Island. They island hopped and snorkeled the various beaches by long-tail boat. The water was 80 degrees and crystal clear, what more could you ask for? They explored Maya Beach (the famous island where the movie “The Beach” was filmed). Emily noted that the sunsets there are truly unbelievable.
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