A Rustic Wedding at Bird's Eye Cove Farm in Maple Bay, British Columbia

Mary Taker (18 and a student) and Ryan Renkema (20 and a machine operator) wanted their rustic farmhouse wedding to have a touch of vintage elegance.

Mary Taker (18 and a student) and Ryan Renkema (20 and a machine operator) wanted their rustic farmhouse wedding to have a touch of vintage elegance. So after deciding to host their ceremony and reception at the 300-acre farmland of Bird's Eye Cove Farm on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the couple chose a soft, romantic palette of blush pink and off-white with accents of rustic wood, lace and burlap. A sweet outdoor ceremony was set to ocean views and decorated with rustic tree stumps and mason jars filled with baby's breath, followed by a reception thoughtfully detailed with vintage china place settings, lace accents, a handmade photo booth and personalized sodas. At the end of the evening, a bubble send-off led the couple to a Helijet helicopter—Mary's dad is a pilot—to whisk the couple to their Hawaiian honeymoon. —Michelle Thomas

Mary's mother and grandmother collected vintage china to use in the mismatched place settings. The custom stationery was purchased on Etsy.
A burlap bunting banner and the couple's initials added a touch of rustic elegance to the head table.
Fresh flowers were woven into Mary's bridal hairstyle.
Coastal Cake Company created a tiered wedding cake inspired by Mary's lace and blush pink dress. It was flavored with white chocolate and strawberry.
Vintage china place settings and custom Jones sodas added a personalized touch to the farm-to-table meal of wild sockeye salmon, prawns and roasted chicken.
Stacks of handmade quilts, rocking chairs and antique furniture—much of it borrowed from Mary's family—decorated this rustic farmhouse wedding.
A colorful candy station gave a whimsical touch to the farmhouse reception.
The couple's dog, Nala, joined them for a few postceremony photos.
Ryan made a photo booth for guests to snap and sign Polaroids and hang with clothespins.
The rustic-elegant reception was decorated with lace, burlap and rustic wood accents. A chalkboard sign pointed guests to their tables in the barn at Bird's Eye Cove Farm in Maple Bay, British Columbia.
The entrance to the barn reception featured handwritten chalkboard quotes about love and faith. Mary's mother found the "Gettin' Hitched" banner secondhand.