Hello again lovelies,
There was far too much rustic goodness to fit into Part 1 so here’s Part 2 of Kelly and Christopher’s late summer’s eve wedding.
Featuring burlap table runners, sprigs of lavender, chalkboard signs, fluffy DIY floral centerpieces in peaches and creams and quite possibly the cutest table number idea ever. (Photos of the couple side by side when they were the same age!)
From the bride, Kelly:
We did a lot ourselves with the help of our friends and family, and truly felt the love and support of others for our relationship and marriage through the whole wedding process. They not only attended in support of our wedding day but worked so hard to make our day special. They helped with center pieces, music, invitations, clean up, and so much more.
Lauren of Lauren Fair Photography is a good friend of ours and a very talented photographer. She captures every moment, truly reflecting the couple she is shooting. She works to capture your true personality and bring out the beauty in your connection and relationship. We really loved her style of photography and were so excited to have her join us in celebrating our wedding day, and documenting every moment.
Our food was provided by Jeffery A Miller Catering. They had a lovely display of imported and domestic cheese, marinated vegetables, antipasti, breads and spreads for the cocktail hour; a mango salsa glazed salmon and chicken for the main course served with roasted red pepper and spinach salad, summer vegetable orzo, freshly baked rolls, and caprese salad. Our cake was a fresh summer strawberry and champagne cake, and wine was provided by a friend who owns a local winery in Lancaster called KOG Hill Winery.
Our music was performed by the brother of the bride and friends quartet. They blended together a number of song selections by the Michael Gungor Band on guitar, violin, cello, and stand up base. The music was relaxed and beautiful and flowed well with the atmosphere of our late summers eve wedding.
We had our cocktail hour in the old stone barn, and reception in the open air covered pavilion. We wanted to feel the warm summer evening breeze as we danced the night away under the twinkling lights above.
Chris and I will never forget how loved we felt on that day, in the collective support and love of our closest friends and family, the same love that we have for each other and want to share with others.
Aren’t those sun drenched portraits of the happy couple stunning?
And, do you agree, cutest table number idea EVER?!
Many congratulations to Kely and Christopher ~ thanks for sharing your special day with us. Wishing you all the best for the future!
Thanks also to Lauren Fair Photography for these beautiful photos, it’s been such a pleasure featuring them today.
If you like Kelly’s hair, here’s 50 more gorgeous hairstyles using flowers!