A country barn wedding, cowboy hat included.
We arrived at The Barn at Heather Glen and was greeted by the groom, who was setting up the sound system in the barn. He worked alongside some of his family and friends to get the ceremony set up for his sequestered bride, who was in the pole barn preparing for her grand entrance.
The wedding ceremony was officiated by Laura's grandfather with photos of their loved ones, long gone, perched upon their wedding arch. Grandpappy proudly told the story of how Chris had asked Laura's family for her hand in marriage and that now during the eleventh hour of this morning, he was happy to join their families as one.
Below, Chris reminds his ecstatic bride to mind the broom placed in the doorway and to step over it.
Their first embrace after the ceremony.
Amanda, the bride's friend and coworker, designed a beautiful custom cake.
Catching up with family sharing their latest ATV bike adventures.
There were so many details, from tiger lilies and the wedding survival kit in a bottle to the custom paper goods designed by her sister, Angela
Wishing you both all the best this first year of marriage and beyond!
Venue: The Barn at Heather Glen
Hair: Tangles on the Avenue (Emily Hedges) in Lancaster, Ohio
Cake: Amanda Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dress: David's Bridal
Suit: Men's Wearhouse
Groom's awesome hat: Bought online, inspired by the movie "Django"