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Photographer: Loree Photography
Shoes:Allens Boots//Caterer:Coolidge Country Catering//Floral Designer:Dana Smyl Event Florist and Stylist//Tuxedo and Mens Attire:Dirks//Design and Decor: Hea events //Professional: Loree Photography//DJ:Mile 55//Dress Designer:Oleg Casini//Cake Designer:Shellie Williams//Jewelry:Spence Diamonds//Submitted via Two Bright Lights
FROM THE COUPLE:
We used 100 year old wood from Garth’s great grandfathers barn to build the arbor which we were married, as well as all of our centerpieces which we made ourselves. We had toy wooden airplanes on the tables in the center pieces because Garth is a pilot. We had huge barn doors as a back drop for our head table which is fitting for me because the barn with my horses is my favorite place to be. Mother and father of the bride hand made all the lawn games for everyone in between the ceremony and the dinner and they were a huge hit and kept everyone busy.
There were so many memorable moments besides the obvious one of when I walked down the aisle to the man of my dreams but I’ll try and narrow it down. Garth’s grandpa drove me down the road in a beautiful horse drawn carriage that looked like it came right out of a fairytale. We made a grand entrance to our outdoor hay bale seating church where my mom and dad walked me down the aisle. During pictures we had one of our friends fly our airplane over the photo shoot which made for some pretty incredible pictures and was very cool touch to the day. Also, our son gave the cutesiest, most well delivered speech a 9 year old could give.
Our wedding colors were mint green, burlap and lace.
We didn’t really have a theme per sae, we just wanted our wedding to reflect us and our lifestyle as much as we could so we put a bit of ourselves in everything. We both love our country lifestyle and farming. I’m crazy about my horses and Garth is a pilot so he’s naturally in love with airplanes ,so we incorporated as much of that as we could.
For me there were so many but just to name a few…our ceiling, it tied the whole thing together and turned our machine shop into beautiful venue. Our wagon wheel chandelier with yards and yards of fabric and the hundreds of twinkles lights. The grain bin bar was amazing, it couldn’t have turned out any better and is currently in our bin yard full of grain, so that was an added bonus for us. Our head table was made out of a flat deck trailer and old pallets and I loved it so much!
Enjoyed every minute of it! From the planning and decorating just try and take it all in and make it count because it whizzes by so fast! I’m so thankful for our photographer and videographer that did an amazing job at helping us capture the special day.