Our wedding venue was my family’s 110-acre horse farm in Harford County. I wanted to have it there so my horse, Parker, could be a part of our day. My husband and family were in full support of making my dream wedding come true. I couldn’t have had such a magical day without them.
The little details were very important to my husband and me. We wanted to tie in our love for our family and dining together through family-style dining. We had a fire pit with blankets and s’mores for those who wanted a cozy place to chat.
I also had touches of my passion for horses throughout the wedding from the horseshoe table numbers to the leather piece place cards for the head table that resembles a piece of a bridle. I also had signature drinks named after my horse and our dog.
Due to the weather we had to make a shift to having our entire wedding take place under our tent. This caused a lot of stress the day before but my florist was amazing! She took my vision and created an enchanted garden under the tent. We even were able to create an entrance using old doors and greenery (this was very important to me since my grandfather started his own door company over 60 years ago)
Different than the traditional father/daughter dance I had a family/daughter dance. I danced with my grandfather, stepfather, and three uncles who all have played a significant role in my life. My Uncle and God Father, Sean, was also our officiant.
There was so much love filling that tent, it truly was the best day filled to the brim with love and fun.
Wedding Vendors Featured
Wedding Coordinator: Christine McFarlane Events
Photographer: Kimberly Dean Photos
Videographer: Adam Green Creative
Bakery: Meringue Cake Studio
Florist: Stacy Bowen Floral Design
Hair: Color by Allie
Makeup: Makeup by Kaitlin
DJ: DJ Victor T
Catering: Lib’s Grill
Rentals: White Glove Rentals
Tent: Eastern Shore Tents
Wedding Dress Designer: Martina Liana
Bridesmaids Dress Designer: Wtoo by Watters
Bridal Salon: Betsy Robinson Bridal
Jeweler: Ricardo’s Gems & Jewelry