Oh boy! I have been looking forward to this wedding all.year.long!!
Andrew’s family owns the most amazing farm in Harford County and I get so excited for any opportunity that I have to photograph there. It’s full of rolling hills, amazing old barns and gorgeous trees. I could get lost there for days. Actually I could get lost there for years if they would let me .. Marilyn .. Dave .. don’t you want a live in photographer?? Well, we can talk details later.
When you choose to get married on your family farm you take a big gamble on the weather. And Mary and Andrew hit the jackpot. It was the most incredibly perfect day!
It was an incredible day full of handmade projects, personal touches, vintage trucks, hugs, laughs and cake fights. Here’s how I saw it…
Andrew’s family did all the flowers. They were incredible!The boutineers were all made from shotgun shells. One of my favorite details was the dozens and dozens of vases hanging from the barn. I absolutely LOVE working within this circle of friends and family and it was so wonderful to see so many familiar faces. This wedding may have held the record for the most of my previous couples in one place. Over the past few years I have documented the weddings for the following 5 couples.
A big thank you to Lemon and Lime Event Design for all their hard work of making this day run flawlessly!! I love working with them!!! If you need a wedding planner you should absolutely call Katey and Ashley!!
Blog title lyric from “Sparks” by Jesse Woods .. listen to it here.