When faced with COVID and a wildfire, Kyle and Chandler made the most of their unfortunate situation by tying the knot in a stunning untraditional Big Sur micro wedding. The couple decided to share their love of nature with their closest friends and family in an elopement-style affair.
After wildfires forced their original venue to close two days before their special day, the pair reached out to Big Sur Lodge who made their forest dreams come true. With minimal decor, colorful flower arrangements by Cassia Foret, and nontraditional wedding fashion, these two proved that your special day is all about you and your new spouse. The couple had to switch the beach they had planned on having their dinner and toast less than two hours before because it was closed. All-in-all, the most memorable part of the day was being amazed that it was all happening so flawlessly. It ended at the most perfect time—sunset on the beach. The couple created a “water ceremony” to take place during their ceremony, which included their mothers pouring water from the ocean on their hands. This action signified those who bore them and gave them life leaving them with a blessing from the place where all life started.
The wedding attire here impresses a lot! One groom was rocking a tan suit with a floral embroidery sheer top, the other groom was wearing a more classic look with a shirt, an ivory waistcoat and pants. They accessorized with a chain necklace and an edgy ear accessory. What amazing looks!