Camie and Eric were married at their beautiful Truckee River home Bullshead Lodge. I first met them last winter at the house before they had done any work on the property that would soon be transformed in to the ceremony and reception area next to the river. We walked around the outdoor area that was covered in snow, and I could see they had their work cut out for them with a field of willows growing wildly. Fast forward 6 months to their summer wedding in early August, and, sure enough, the property was transformed. Huge granite boulders had been placed to make a beautiful stairway down the hill to the river. A foot bridge crossed the little stream, and a perfectly flat area with a lawn and a dance floor was created for the ceremony and reception overlooking the river. Eric had broken his foot a month or so before the ceremony, but that didn’t stop him from getting around the property or dancing their first dance. Eric is a fly fisherman, and he had several fishing rods for guests to try their hand at fishing along the Truckee River during the cocktail hour. They also enjoyed spirited lawn games. Guests were also treated to the amazing Dead Winter Carpenters band during the reception. It takes a huge effort behind the scenes pulling off a seamless, on-time wedding at a private residence, and Chelsea with Blue Sky Events did a great job coordinating all the details and timeline of the day.