One of the best things about vintage inspiration is the incorporation of traditions. Here, at The Vintage Herald, we love nothing more than to celebrate the ways of the past which means we love nothing more than couples who do the same. Our talented friends at Three Sisters sent over this boho vintage chic wedding at a railyard that goes above and beyond with tradition.

According to our gorgeous bride, “Colten and I are very simple people and we don’t like a lot of formality so we knew we did not want anything too formal. I love vintage and lots of flowers so that’s how we came up with Boho Vintage Chic. It was very important to both of us to include family heirlooms and history into our day. From the vintage church pews to the window from the house my grandfather built for my grandmother, every detail was chosen with love and family in mind. It was important to us for our guests to feel as if they were at a large, family get together.

Traditions and family are very important to us and this was evident with several of the choices we made for our wedding. One of the most important and best-known wedding traditions is something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue. My something old, borrowed, and blue was all wrapped into one treasured family heirloom of my Great Grandmother’s, her sapphire ring. This ring was given to her from her father and it was her mother’s engagement ring. During the great depression, the diamond was sold and much later replaced with her birthstone, a sapphire. My mother wore it in her wedding, as well as my older sister and now it was my turn to wear a ring that has been in my family for five generations and is a symbol of the strength and resiliency of the women in our family.



Boho Vintage Chic Wedding at the Railyard





Linens and Coverings: Table Occasions//Cake Designer: Honey Bee Cakes//Dress Store:Ella Blu Bridal//Design and Decor: Three Sisters//Event Planner: Three Sisters//Event Designer: Three Sisters//Floral Designer: Kern Place Florist//Makeup Artist: Deshea Exclusive//Other: Southwest Creative//Event Venue:EPIC Railyard Event Center//Photographer: Kristen swanson photography

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