Although there were plenty of luxurious moments in the day (Tricia's beaded dress, the well-lit reception with draped walls and lush centerpieces), this wedding also had several nods to Jason's farming background. The two exited under a shower of corn kernels, and climbed aboard a family tractor. What really delighted us, though, was finding out that this couple decided to be just as surprised as their guests about the final result of their planning. They hired a trusted wedding planner and had her make all the decisions. If Tricia and Jason's wedding looks familiar, you might have seen it featured in our last issue of mywedding.
Our Favorite Things:
- The floral crowns with eucalyptus leaves worn by the flower girls
- The beautiful centerpieces at each of the long reception tables
- The tattered ribbon backdrop used at the ceremony
Photography: Schilling Photography | Venues: First Mennonite Church, The Waterhouse | Planning: So Chic Events | Florals: LeFleur Floral Design | Paper Goods: Bella Impress | Cake: Cake Crumbs | Catering: The Waterhouse | Wedding Dress: Allure, Adore Bridal | Accessories: Adore Bridal | Hair & Makeup: B Loved Stylists | Men's Attire: Men's Wearhouse | Rentals: Morton Rentals, I Do Events | Officiants: Brian Sanders, Aaron Yoder | Music: Gary Sexton, River City String Quartet | Videography: Parklife Films