A Simple, Natural Wedding at Spring Hills Farm in Dalton, Pennsylvania
Christina Roth (31 and a paralegal) and Tamsen Wojtanowski (32 and an artist) had a romantic fall wedding at Spring Hills Farm, a family farm in Dalton, Pennsylvania. This natural, rustic event was perfectly captured by Emily Wren Photography. "It was a totally DIY wedding for sure," Tamsen says. "We bought flowers from Trader Joe's and made the bouquets, reception vases and boutonnires with the help of some friends. They were exactly our style and so cheap." Christina carried a bouquet of white daisies, yellow and burnt orange chrysanthemums and baby's breath, and Tamsen incorporated the same chrysanthemums in her boutonniere and her hairstyle. Tables were decorated with simple vases of daisies and wildflowers alongside small white pumpkins and vintage lanterns. For dinnerware, the farm provided mismatched china, which perfectly complemented the burlap table runners. Guests found their escort cards attached to mason jars, which could be used for the whiskey bar at cocktail hour. The newlyweds and their guests ended the night dancing under string lights at the tented reception and enjoying a bonfire with blankets to keep themselves warm. "Our entire wedding really reflected our style," Tamsen says. "We're both artists, so the creative DIY spirit was really important to us."