Real NC Wedding : Michelle & Jonathan Real Outdoor Wedding
Michelle and Jonathan were married on the Hundred Acre Farm on a beautiful August day. Their outdoor wedding was both eclectic and elegant, and the charming farm provided the perfect backdrop.
A Second look was all it took for a casual friendship to turn into much more. Michelle and Jonathan had
known each other casually for a while, but one day, Jonathan Saw Michelle at her work at took a closer look. he Saw her in a new light. he finally asked her out, and the rest of their love Story was a fairytale.
The ceremony was held in front of a gorgeous pond with a fountain, and the altar was an ornate iron gazebo adorned with floral swag. The bride walked down the stone-encrusted aisle as a solo of “Marry Me” played.
The reception was held inside the 1890’s barn, and the expansive barn doors were held open to allow for the cool, summer breeze and to create an inviting, festive atmosphere. The decor inside matched the rustic charm of the ceremony: Tables featured mixed iron lanterns and custom iron stands, hand-designed rosettes in the linens, and photos
of the couple.
Quilted jars with homemade jelly were given as favors.
Guest enjoyed signature cocktails with orange slices and striped straws out on the patio before dinner, which included an extensive buffet with quirky touches such as the salad bar displayed in a canoe.
Postcards were provided for guests to write messages and best wishes to the couple for them to look back on and enjoy for many years to come.
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Planner Katherine Wrenn, Posh Event Planning (p99)
Photos Photo Two Photography, Gerri Medley