Ellen and Doug go together like two peas in a pod. Just like peas, these two grew up on farms. So it was quite fitting that their reception was held at one. Their wedding was just about as beautiful as their relationship. Each and every thoughtful and carefully handcrafted detail was not lost on me. From the hand painted signs to the seating chart, each detail was awe inspiring. Even the wood used to hold the centerpieces on each table was hand chosen from family farmland before finishing into a fine piece of art.
Water of some kind is needed to grow a plentiful harvest. Ellen and Doug are for sure to grow a bountiful marriage as the rain clouds blessed them on their wedding day (luckily all before the outdoor festivities)! We even momentarily saw a rainbow (not in the images) hovering outside over the town. The rain clouds parted after the indoor ceremony and the most beautiful peaceful sky let in and splashing on the dance floor ensued late into the night.
Trigger Warning – Sweet tooths abort! This wedding reception contained one of the best make your own smores tables I’ve ever been privy to photograph.
And a special thanks to all the vendors
that helped make this day such a joy to photograph!
Dresses – Bridal Elegance
Flower Girl Dresses – Posh Peanut on etsy
Hair – Studio 718
Suits – Mr. Penguin
Rings – Zales
Boots – Cavenders
Flowers – TPM Stems
Reception Decor – DIY
Food – Stone Jug Barbeque
Music – Joe Beck Entertainment
Cake – Kelsey’s Kakes
Tent and Dance Floor – Rental Pros
Transportation – Top Shelf Chauffeur
Ceremony – Trinity Lutheran Church
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