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.
How gorgeous can a wedding be when your mom is a florist? This gorgeous! Florists were on the property for three days arranging flowers for this amazingly beautiful wedding with about 150 guests on October 20th.
The day of the wedding was rainy earlier and the ground was wet. For the comfort of guests, the couple opted to have their ceremony under the tent. With candles and flowers everywhere, the reception space was transformed into a wonderland. The sweetheart table was especially lush and interesting with a hand painted map tablecloth. The couple created an hourglass with sand as part of their unity ceremony. Katie’s dress had soft blush tones under lace and her bouquets and centerpieces had an English garden theme with wine colored roses, eucalyptus, and curly willow included.
The party was wonderful with lots of dancing and even singing! The couple had amazing food and a photo booth at their wedding as well as fire pit with cozy blankets and S’mores and a sparkler send-off. These amazing photos were provided by Taylor Cline Photography.
October is the BEST for golden light! Laura and Eric made their Traditional Plus elopement extra special by asking the guests to dress in coordinating clothing. Laura looked adorable in her vintage style dress; especially in the golden glow of the October sunset. We planned for a 4:30 ceremony which turned out to be the PERFECT time for the third weekend in October. The bride was walked down the aisle by her father and both couples had their parents present for a truly intimate wedding experience.
Photography by Wendy Waldron
I went to look for a photo from this wedding and realized it had never been posted to our web site! You won’t find a couple more in love than Heather & Eric. Their wedding day was full of love and tender emotions. The wedding featured school colors in the bride’s bouquet, the wedding cake, and in other details. Heather released a red balloon in memory of her father. Live music was provided by “Musically Yours.”
At the reception, tables had navy tablecloths with white lace overlays and gray napkins to match the chair sashes. Chargers and candle centerpieces with submerged orchids completed the elegant reception look. Enjoy their photos taken by Taylor Cline Photography!