Greenery abounds in today’s family estate wedding captured by Nicole Barr Photography. This couple didn’t let rain and flooding get in the way of their dream coastal wedding (the tide brought the water up to a foot from the ceremony!)
We wanted a very simple wedding, lots of natural beauty of the surrounding water and greenery. We went with simple yet elegant arrangements, just trying to highlight the location and not overshadow the existing landscapes.
My favorite part of the day was definitely standing at the alter with my soon-to-be husband and exchanging vows. Prior to the day, I thought I would be so nervous with so many eyes on us but I can honestly say I felt alone with him and completely forgot the rest. The best part of this however, is that we got married during hurricane Matthew and the tide was not in our favor. We had to move the cedar post alter once already that day (I mean cut it down and move it) and the tide had come up to within a foot of us during the ceremony (the pastor was likely standing in water). It couldn’t have mattered less to us though, we would have stood there in three feet of water.
The only thing that held a precedence was the location, my family’s farm. The rest of the details felt so minute, we really just went with the flow. We knew we wanted to marry one another and that was all that really mattered at the end of the day, so we felt the in-betweens were too small to worry over.
Photography | Nicole Barr Photography | Florals | Flowers N Things | Tent | Eastern Shore Tents and Events | Dress | Scher’s Bridal Shop | Hair | Salon Art | Makeup | Ashley Clevenger | Submitted via Matchology