At the end of September, two amazing people came together to promise each other forever under blue skies and surrounded by people that love them. It was a classic fairy tale, with lace, soft whites and princess blues and even a horse drawn carriage.
Alexandra is the sweetest person. One thing I loved about her is that she was almost always in all black, with work boots and gloves on when I saw her before the wedding. Her smile lights up any room she’s in, and when she talked about her dreams for her wedding her eyes sparkled. Nathan wanted more than anything to give her everything she’s ever wanted, and he succeeded!
All of our favorite parts of the day had to be when the horse drawn carriage arrived! This was a surprise from Nathan to Alexandra and we kept it a secret for so long. It was absolutely worth it to see her face!
Nathan and Alexandra came to us with a vision for their dream wedding. I remember sitting at the table talking through their needs and hopes for their day and creating a custom day for them. The big thing was taking the overgrown hilltop and turning it into a ceremony location for more than 20 guests. We had used it before as a small site, but in order to have their full guest list enjoy the views we had to do some logistical thinking. They took months at the top of the hill working to create the most amazing space, and even created the platform and arbor that are up there today.
We brought together our dream team of vendors for this wedding. (no one but the very best!) and shooting hilltop, at golden hour, with our friends from Driven Purpose Productions was magical.
Also as part of their work here, they created this arch to enter The Farm under for their guests.
All the centerpieces were created by Alexandra and her family the day before and morning of the wedding.
The cinderalla feel continued with these flutes and floral touches, and the reception included lots of laughing, dancing and even some singing!
Nathan and Alexandra, thank you so much for choosing us, and blessing us with your wedding weekend!
Josh’s favorite part: “Seeing the hilltop as we had envisioned it.”
Jeanette’s favorite part : “The sparkler send off! Or maybe when they arrived to the reception in the gator… or the centerpieces.”
Deb’s Favorite part: “The carriage…wait no. The fact that Nathan learned to do nails so he could do her nails for her on her wedding day since she couldn’t go to the salon.”
Vendors who made this day amazing :
Photographers : Josh + Jeanette
Catering : Inspired Catering by Kravitz
Video : Driven purpose productions