Yes, I’m well aware it’s been almost a year since I’ve blogged. Guilty as charged! I am taking advantage of what’s left of this slower season of rest and committing to catch up on some of my 2018 weddings. So, here we go!
Sarah and Jeremy put more heart, soul, and sweat equity into their wedding than any couple I have ever worked with to date! They had recently moved onto Jeremy’s family farm that has been in his family since 1914 and amongst working to completely renovate the old farm house on the property, they also decided to tackle the beautiful barn so they could have the perfect space to celebrate their marriage with their closest family and friends. It would have been impossible to attend their wedding without immediately feeling the love they have for each other and their love for preserving this special part of their family’s history. I’m convinced that every single detail throughout their day was carefully planned and thought out to make sure their story was told in the most heartfelt and genuine way.
A few wedding day highlights:
The vest the groom wore and the lanterns they used for decor also belonged to his late father.
One of the location areas where they chose to do portraits was a path in the woods that Jeremy cleared out for Sarah. So sweet!
The bridal party and their family prayed over the couple prior to the ceremony starting.
Their ceremony was dark and mostly candlelit which made it feel so intimate and cozy.
Following their ceremony, we snuck out for more portraits – unfortunately the sun was nowhere to be found but we took some epic shots on a large fallen tree over the lake! Enjoy!
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