While most people think of camp, they think of those akward teenage years, first kisses, team building games, and kp duty (kitchen patrol). You can probably remember your favorite summer camp leader, but only by their camp name- Opal, Irish, Wingnut, Honeybee. What was your camp leader’s name? To you, they don’t even have a real name- that was their real name. Camps are now becoming not just a thing for your youth years, but brides are starting to bring that whole week of fun to their weddings. Why not? It’s crazy to see 100 people in less than 6 hours as they celebrate one of the most important days of their lives. Why not bring in all your friends and family for a weekend of fun. You get to bunk with friends, have bon fires with smores, and go on a scavenger hunt! That’s what Chris and Kelley did for their wedding weekend up at Camp Campbell.
Chris and Kelley met at the newspaper agency. They contacted me and shared that Camp Campbell recently revamped their camp venue in Boulder Creek and were planning on a weekend of it with a small crowd of friends and family. I loved it. I loved the idea that you get to enjoy your guest on either side of your big day. I love nature and all the beauty the redwoods are when graced with a couple in love. Camp Campbell was lovley. It offers a sweet little chapel in a redwood grove and acres of beauty to explore with the couple. Luckly, Chris and Kelly were more than willing to spend sometime in the redwoods. Not to mention the many DIY details Kelley poured into her day.