The forecast for the day of Rhiannon and Erik’s wedding was rain all the way. Fortunately, she’s the luckiest girl in the world! While other weddings all over the US were rained on for the most popular wedding date in 2019, Rhiannon and Erik’s wedding stayed dry until later in the evening. These gorgeous photos were captured by Taylor Cline Photography.
The second weekend in October is a lovely time to be married! Alex and Dylan chose to have their ceremony in the near corral in front of our new circle arbor. Wendy draped the arbor in fabric and decorated it with silk eucalyptus and blush peonies with a pop of burgundy for accent. The aisle was lined with our white lanterns on shepherd’s hooks with a blush cascade of flowers. A lemonade stand welcomed the guests along with wands to wave at the couple.
Wedding favors were vintage tea cups wrapped in tulle. A donut topping station with milk on the side and the “almost naked” wedding cake were very popular! The yummy cake was displayed on a gold stand with gold “B” at the top that we customized for this couple.
The dining tables were covered with blush linens and lace overlays. The sweetheart table was covered in burgundy for that “pop” of color. The bride provided a sweet vase which we filled with our blush peonies and gold script table numbers. Two bride provided hoops hung from the trees above the sweetheart table. The group enjoyed the photo booth and loved dancing and having fun all the way through the sparkler send-off. It was a perfect evening!
Taylor Cline provided the gorgeous wedding day photography and bridal portraits shown below.
Summer perfection in this lovely wedding of a super sweet couple photographed by Taylor Cline Photography. Words cannot express how gorgeous this wedding was. Enjoy the loveliness!
Kendra and Dustin planned an early morning wedding on the 4th of July with six guests attending. Kendra chose our white muslin drapes to be hung on the front of the arbor with white lanterns at the base. We included brightly colored silk flowers in pink, orange, lilac and purples to coordinate with her wildflower bouquet.
Kendra’s daughter walked her down the aisle. For their champagne toast, they had a personalized wine bottle holder for their glasses. Their wedding cake had the couple’s monogram and was decorated with wildflowers the bride had grown for the wedding.
The couple hired a drone photographer who took some great photos (see one of the venue, below). All other photos included by Wendy Waldron Photography.
Erin and Tom planned the sweetest wedding featuring their seven grandchildren as attendants. The 1812 Hitching Post provided all decor except for the live flowers. The Hitching Post also provided corn hole, giant Jenga, ring toss, and ladder toss which were fun for both kids and adults. One of the primary features of the wedding was the completely vegan menu. For appetizers, Erin chose bruschetta, tomato soup shooters with vegan grilled cheese, a baked potato bar, salad bar, and juice bar. Entrees were pasta primavera, roasted red pepper hummus quesadillas, and veggie kebabs. Sides of green beans, broccoli, and rolls finished out the menu. Even the naked cake was vegan. All food provided by 1812 Hitching Post catering.