If a barn wedding is your dream, you will fall head over heels for this romantic rustic wedding from Jen House Photography. The rich red color palette was perfectly in season for their December wedding. We love the red vintage car that served as the bride’s entrance and the couple’s getaway at the end of the night!
Our vision a rustic feel but very elegant and romantic. Our colors started with a deep rich red, very romantic and with it being close to Christmas it fit the time of year. The blue suits complimented the red well, Aaron wanted a fun tie instead of just your solid tie. He made pheasant feather pocket squares, as we have a bird dog named Ranger who we take pheasant hunting often.
My dress I had always wanted long sleeve I wanted to have that tribute to my mothers dress she wore. I had in mind lace, long sleeve and an open back with a wow train.. and thats exactly what I found! It was the third dress I tried on and I couldn’t stop thinking about it when I tried on others. Aaron was amazed and it was everything he pictured when he thought of me on our wedding day. My veil was a gift from my sister in law, who was there with me day of trying on the dress along with my mother, mother in law, other sister in law and best friend. The girls dresses we picked out were simple and elegant and most important comfortable and could fit a baby bump (Three of them were pregnant)!
We had a wonderful memory table with all our loved ones. I also had a heart patch in my dress that was made of my grandmothers wedding dress (who passed) and one of my mothers wedding dress ( who is living). As a cousin tradition, I had my cousin’s sapphire ring that all my cousins wear on our wedding day. Aaron has cuff links with a picture of his best friend that said, always by your side. PJ passed away a few years ago and is Aaron’s best man.
Our cake was a small cake for us with vanilla and key lime pie filling. We also had cupcakes, a donut wall, and my good friend from college who is a pastry chef Ashley Polce, made chocolate covered goodies. For favors, we had koozies made with a fish hook with an A in the middle for Arm, our last name. We wanted a fish reference as Aaron and I fish every chance we can get and always have throughout our relationship.
Most important to us was having a night that everyone would remember. That everyone had fun out, danced drank and we could be surrounded by all our family and friends in one place together. All of the small details show cased my personality and Aaron’s and we’re done to make things as easy and enjoyable for our guests.
Photography | Jen House Photography | Venue & Florals | Wishing Well Barn | Videography | Baby Blue Film | Cake | Gourmet Goodies | Hair & Makeup | Brush by Jessica Welch | Dress | Essense of Australia | Groom’s Attire | The Black Tux | Bride’s Shoes | Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaid Dresses | Sorella Vita | Submitted via Matchology