From the Photographer:
When it came to planning our wedding I knew I wanted a rustic, classic, romantic, somewhat simple, and FUN theme. I loved the blush/peach/gold/ivory color scheme, and I had known for years I wanted to be married at The Farmers’ Museum. I was (and still am!) obsessed with their old white chapel, the Cornwalville Church, and the stone barn that makes up the Louis C. Jones center. From the moment I set foot there (and thanks to Pinterest and Etsy!), I could envision our day.
A majority of our decor was handmade by my dad, using old barn wood which was absolutely perfect for our theme! A friend of my mom’s, Suzanne Johnson, also did our amazing chalkboard art to give a unique touch to our seating chart, program, and signs throughout our reception. My mom and I made our table numbers, and my sister, her fianc?, and my cousin made the cupcakes for our day. Every part of our ceremony and reception was meaningful from using my parents unity candle as our memory candle, to having our cake made by the woman, Patty Ventre, who has made my birthday cakes since I can remember. Every single thing was personal, unique, and “us”, and it was the most amazing day. I want to relive that day over and over! I can say, without a doubt, our wedding was everything we wanted and more! Thanks to Thompson Photography Group, I have the most amazing pictures to remember the best day ever!
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Photographer: Thompson Photography Group
DJ: DJ Pat Del Rasario//Makeup Artist: Erin Muller//Hair Stylist: Julie Potter, Master Stylist//Other:Morris Tent Rental//Dress Store: New York Bride & Co. //Floral Designer:Price Chopper//Reception Venue: The Farmer’s Museum//Submitted via Two Bright Lights