I am so excited to share Lindsay and Derek’s gorgeous Christmas Eve wedding at the historic Payette County Courthouse and City Hall.
Lindsay’s vision for a neutral color palette, rustic details, and a relaxed, yet festive day came together perfectly, and in such a short amount of time. Although you could never tell, Lindsay and Derek planned the wedding in just a matter of weeks.
The old courthouse has a such a charming atmosphere! Built in 1912 and made of brick with a white walled interior, it provided a wonderful blank canvas to create this magical event. The décor featured rustic and natural materials that complimented the season. Pine-cones, branches in weathered, antique milk cans, white and cream colored candles of all shapes and sizes dressed up the main room of the courthouse and set the mood for a festive evening.
Lindsay made a truly stunning bride. The look on Derek’s face when he saw her walk down the aisle was priceless.
The array of incredible deserts, hand made by Lindsay’s maid of honor, Jennifer, were amongst the most beautiful I have ever seen, and they were as delicious as they looked. What a labor of love, and a gift from the heart!
The best part of the day was seeing the expressions of pure joy on Lindsay and Derek’s faces as they became husband and wife. Lindsay and Derek, you are perfection together!
The day began with hair and makeup at Indulgence Salon, where Lindsay is a stylist:4:22: The couple’s lucky numbers, and the exact time the ceremony began…