Outside the Sawtooth National Forest, lies a quaint family-owned blueberry farm in Pine, Idaho.
Here at the Deer Creek Berry Farm, my gregarious groom, Bryce spent his childhood summers
exploring at his best friend’s property. As Bryce grew up and started to date his lovely future-wife,
Kaylee, he would whisk her away on the weekends to this picturesque retreat. So, it was no surprise
that once Bryce and Kaylee became engaged the nostalgic blueberry farm would be the perfect
location for their down-to-earth mountainside wedding.
Under the June sky, these two swapped their vows in the presence of family, friends and tall lush
Aspens. Kaylee’s bridesmaids stood adorned in their burnt orange, beige, and rouge– a perfect
complimentary pallet for the beautiful greenery surrounding us. Shortly after the ceremony, guests
indulged in a happy hour biscuit bar accompanied with fresh honey and jams from the berry
farm. Best idea ever!
Although the summer day began toasty under the beating sun, the ever-changing summertime
mountain weather brought along a raincloud that provided a reprieve from the heat…and gorgeous
overcast lighting for our portraits! Kaylee, Bryce and I snuck away to the top of the hillside where
jaw-dropping views of the national forest surrounded us. I could have photographed up there all
night. But down at the farm, a delicious pig roast was waiting for our return. Second best idea ever!
Kaylee and Bryce were pampered with emotional and hilarious toasts by those who knew them the
best. The cake was cut, first dances were complete, and the reception was underway when Bryce and
Kaylee slipped into some cozy comfy clothes. They joined their friends and family around the
campfire where guests had set-up their campsites for the night under the big Idaho sky. Third best
Congratulations Kaylee and Bryce!
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