The arbor was decorated with simple autumn leaves. The bride made a dramatic entrance to the lower field through tulle draped trees. The couple tied a God’s Knot during the ceremony. Guests signed quilt squares for the “guestbook.”
The dining tables had navy tablecloths with silver overlay. Centerpieces were submerged orchids with floating candles in a vase wrapped with pearls on a mirror also surrounded by pearls. The couple brought home brew for their guests with custom labels from engagement photos.
From the day I met them, Tierney and Matt were so sweet and kind and loving to each other and to me. Their friends and family were all the same way. This is the kind of wedding that reminds us of the powerful commitment of marriage.
Wendy and her team at the 1812 Hitching Post are talented professionals who helped us design and carry out the perfect wedding. My husband and I fell in love with the beauty of the location the first time we visited and it provided a vivid backdrop to our celebration. Wendy was an amazing partner in the planning process, even though I was doing much of the planning from a distance. Her passion for her work was evident in everything she did to prepare for the wedding day and she handled it with absolute calm and aplomb, ensuring that I considered all the little details I would otherwise have overlooked. The result was the simply elegant wedding we had envisioned from the start. Reverend Waldron officiated a poignant ceremony, Taylor took beautiful photos by running all over the place, and the food was delicious and worked around all our allergy needs. Wendy and her team made the planning and implementation easy so that my husband and I could fully enjoy the day. Thank you, 1812 Hitching Post, for helping us celebrate our love!