Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Lauren and Ryan's Music-Filled Wedding

Lauren and Ryan tied the knot on June 21st, 2014 in a wedding filled with music and lively dancing. A pair of teachers, the bride and groom also share a love of contra dance. Their wedding took place on an idyllic summer day. Enjoy...

How adorable are these Mason jar wedding programs? They were the perfect coordinate to the Mason jar decorations throughout the ceremony.

Lauren and Ryan had the most fantastic signage throughout their wedding. This chalkboard ceremony seating sign was just beautifully done.

It was truly a beautiful summer day, just right for the blue Mason jars filled with flowers---suspended from the ceremony tree and from the shepherd's hooks nearby.

The Skeeziks band members, also contra dance musicians, played beautifully before the ceremony and
during the reception.

Ryan and Laura had scores of the cutest flower girls and ring bearers. I love the little wreaths the girls are wearing, and did you notice that their pretty baskets are the same lovely shade of blue as the Mason jars?

Lauren was an absolutely radiant bride! And what a gorgeous wedding dress.

The bridesmaids wore dresses in the colors of the rainbow, which looked amazing for a bright summer's day.

Sweet moments like this are why we love weddings!

 Seriously, have you ever seen a cuter trio of wedding guests?

The wonderful signage continued during Laura and Ryan's reception. Love the sign that says "Have a peachy day" and the basket of peaches. - it's such a cute play on our Peach Shed Pavilion.

 Ruth 1:16 is such a beautiful Bible verse for a wedding. One of our favorites.

Many brides and grooms choose to share family photos from weddings past and in remembrance of loved ones, which is a very meaningful way to honor family.

The excellent team at Bagatelle Caterers (a Lenora's Legacy Preferred Vendor) provided the delicious food and gracious Southern hospitality at the reception. Craft beers and plenty of wine rounded out the festivities.

Love this simple, sweet wedding cake with the chalkboard initials. The gorgeous blue Mason jars with fresh blossoms were a great accent at the reception. 

The contra dance music carried throughout the night. It was such fun!

Pretty much the perfect sentiment for the day.

Craving more real weddings? You will love Cara and Nicholas's colorful vintage wedding!

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