May Weddings, Silver Wedding Package

Kitrina and Brad

Kitrina and Brad were married May 10th in a beautiful wedding featuring gray and blue with accents of red. The festive color palate was carried throughout in the cake, sand ceremony, flowers, and centerpieces. Kitrina used Silver as an accent. The appetizer reception for 135 guests ended with a ribbon wand send-off.

I had several things I needed to change throughout the wedding process from the time that I booked the venue and they were always so willing to accommodate my changes. I had them do all my decorations, food, cake and photography and am so pleased with the results! My cake looked exactly like the picture I sent them and tasted great as well! They do a great job with keeping you on schedule for how you wanted your wedding day to go so that things don’t get forgotten in the shuffle as it is a very hectic day.
Wedding: 05/10/2014


Patrick and Wendy Waldron are the current owners of the farm now known as the 1812 Hitching Post. As an artist and historian, Patrick purchased the home in the early 1980’s and has spent more than 30 years restoring the property so that it stands ready for its 2012 bicentennial.

Wendy joined Patrick in 1999 and is a photographer and event coordinator. Both Pat and Wendy are romantics and have lovingly decorated the 1812 Hitching Post with treasures and finds that have captured their hearts.

When looking for a place to get married themselves, the Waldrons discovered how difficult it was to plan an intimate, stylish, and romantic wedding that is unique and creative. They created The 1812 Hitching Post so the couples of today could still have the elegance and comfort of a wedding in a homey setting from the past.

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