I have photographed a LOT of weddings, but the style of this vintage countryside inspired wedding was unlike anything I’ve seen yet. Katee and Jason got married on the property of Creek View Manor in Slippery Rock, PA and it couldn’t have been a more perfect setting for their very vintage day. Much of their decor was thrifted or found while antiquing by Katee herself and everything felt so personal and intentional. I was obsessed with the mismatched china place settings and propagated plant cuttings as guest favors and thought it was not only unique, but a practical, sustainable choice. Jewel tones aren’t super common as a color palette, but the rich reds, pinks, and purples added such a fun pop against the lush greenery of the property. Katee and Jason ended their night dancing to Landline Bluegrass–a local live band–and hanging out around an impressive bonfire with their family and closest loved ones. This is definitely a wedding I won’t be forgetting any time soon.
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