These two, let me tell you. I've never seen a more bonded and loyal group of friends gathered around two people. Friends who share their lives in blood, sweat, tears, and tattoos. The majority of the weddings I photograph are of the intimate, four people max wedding party persuasion. Tara had seven on her side, Aaron with six. And from what I could tell from interactions, speeches, and the overall vibe of their wedding at Sunwolf, everyone in their tribe was tight-knit and close. Friend goals.
Birds of prey and a dog parade. Being served beer at the ceremony to both welcome and calm the nerves. An outstanding officiating performance by Shawn Miller of Young, Hip & Married. A focus on the local: vegan food served up by Savoury Chef; treats by the likes of La Petite Cuillere, the Salty Cookie Co, and Earnest Ice Cream; custom made leather shoes by artisans Love Jules Leather; necklaces and tie clips and pyramid candles by triple threat maker Wasted Effort; lace and threads by Truvelle and Indochino; cohesive and understated details by Delovely Creative; and the unmatched general of this army in the form of Erin Bishop of Filosophi Events.
So contrary to many other weddings I've blogged, I decided to put extra focus on the vendors who helped build up this event and the people who surrounded the bride and groom. To give you a better idea of the awesome energy and the utter madness of this Sunwolf wedding.
Make sure you scroll to the very, very end. You won't regret a thing.