Jessica and Casey met while dancing. It took him three tries until she finally accepted his invitation onto the dance floor. Once there, it was as if they had known each other their whole lives. It wasn't long until Casey knew she was the one, and they made it official. They decided on a autumn harvest and family BBQ for their wedding. They wanted to bring together all the important people in their lives to create memories, and share in such a special day.
However, there were people who were not able to attend, and Jessica and Casey found ways to include them all the same. Jessica wore her late mothers pearl earrings and necklace, as well as a gold bracelet. They placed a seat in the front row of the ceremony with a photo of Jessica and her mother. The flower girls walked down the aisle tossing petals out of Casey's late grandfathers cowboy hat.
They chose to fill their wedding with the people and the things they loved. This included partaking in communion and a unity cross during their ceremony. They provided yard games for their guests during cocktail hour and the reception, and had burgers from a restaurant they loved. The two chose to have and cut a pie instead of a cake, and they played country music and danced all night long with their friends and family.
Jessica and Casey have such big hearts, and are so kind, that we know that their marriage will be even more beautiful than their wedding day. Congrats Jessica and Casey! We couldn't be more excited for you!
Venue: Old Town Farm
Dress Store: Bridal Elegance by Darlene
Dress Designer: Rebecca Ingram by Maggie Sottero
Bridesmaids Dresses: Modcloth
Pie: Emerald Pie Bar
DJ: A Class Act Professional DJ Service
Catering: The Owl Cafe