We dreamed big dreams for making the farm the perfect wedding spot and worked hard to make it come true.
|The Ceremony Spot|
|pathway to the Spot marked with streamers and with a table set up for the wildflower seeds|
The tent pitched and tables set up all ready for the reception
The flowers all set in vases ready to be taken out to the tables - Megan did a great job making them!
Signs and balloons put out along the roads and also placed along the pathway to the Ceremony Spot and tent
|The "Burma Shave" style sign was put out down the road right before the turn to our road...I don't have a picture of that unfortunately|
|The heart marks the "Happily Ever After Begins Here" sign|
|The chalkboard bistro sign - see what I used to make it in this post.|
Games were set out, the fire pit made ready, and lights strung up to light up the yard.
It all came together with lots of help from friends and family - we couldn't have done it without them.
The ceremony was beautiful and special.
|Her dad giving her a hug|
|Putting the ring on her finger|
Pictures were taken
|Megan's grandmother and great aunt|
And everyone had a wonderful evening filled with love, laughter, and good food.
|Gift table with a few of the presents they received|
|They had everyone take a photo for the guest book|
|Lots of mini desserts - yummy!|
|The party favors|
|Megan talking to her grandmother and one of her cousins|
|Lots of friends and family|
Wishing them the best for their "Happily Ever After".
|The new Mr. and Mrs.|
And me? I didn't cry...well, maybe teared up a tiny bit. But I was prepared - thanks to my sister Christine for the beautiful hankie she made me.
|A little wrinkled from being squished in my hand 😊|
Thank you to everyone who shared their pictures. (I chose not to carry around a camera. I wanted to soak in every minute.)