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Farm Weddings: MaKenzie & Taylor | Woodward Ranch – Stoutsville, OH

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Photographer:   Asteria Photography


FROM THE COUPLE:

FAVORITE DETAIL

It is nearly impossible for me to choose one detail, but I think my favorite detail overall was my brooch bouquet.  I spent many hours wiring, taping, and gluing in order to make it exactly what I wanted.  I collected brooches from my family and friends over about a year and a half.  It was so personal to me… (and heavy!)

ADVICE FROM THE COUPLE
The most important thing to remember throughout the entire planning process and even the day of your wedding is to not sweat the little things and to soak up every second you can of the amazing experience. It is so easy to become overwhelmed with all there is to complete, but the important thing and what you will remember afterwards is making memories with family, friends, and most importantly, your future husband along the way.

CREATIVE ASPECT
We included many personal aspects, such as my brooch bouquet with brooches from Taylor’s great great grandma and photos of our grandfathers on my bouquet and Taylor’s boutonniere. Everything was handmade, which was pretty personal. My mother and I cherish every late night we spent hot gluing, sewing, or painting. My jewelry was made from my Grandmother’s wedding ring set which was another very personal piece. I made my cake and my grandmother made 400 cupcakes. I made the fabric flowers for all of the bridesmaid bouquets and then assembled the bouquets. My mother did all of the flower arrangements. My dad built the arbor, the dance floor, and the stage for our head table. Everywhere I looked that day, I saw a memory made while working on all of these little details.

MEMORABLE MOMENT
The most memorable moment of our day for me was walking down the aisle as newly married husband and wife. The feeling of relief from the anticipation as well as the overwhelming sense of joy was indescribable. After a year and a half of constant planning and wedding talk, the time had come, the weight was lifted, and we were able to celebrate! At that point, no matter what happened that evening, I knew my day was going to be perfect.

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