Carly and Ben's April wedding at Jorgensen Farm exemplified rustic chic. This outgoing couple did not let the cool temperatures of the day hold them back from enjoying every moment. Having everything at Jorgensen, from getting ready to the reception, made this wedding laid-back and stress free!
Carly stepped into her whimsical Karen Willis Holmes dress, surrounded by her bridesmaids, who were adorned in petal pink, mismatched dresses. This color scheme, accented by their bouquets of yellow, white, and pink flowers with lots of greenery made these ladies look like the magazine cover for a spring wedding. Ben's J. Crew Tux was perfectly tailored to add an element of elegance to this barn wedding.
The ceremony was held inside the barn of Jorgensen, offering a warm backdrop of wood and flowers. One person from the groom's party and another from the bride's party officiated this intimate ceremony. Carly and Ben included some Jewish traditions like the breaking of the glass and the signing of the ketubah, making this wedding unique and personal to the couple.
After the ceremony it was time for the reception! The barn was glowing with candlelit chandeliers, strings of white lights, dried lavender hanging from the rafters, incredible free-form greenery framing the couple and scattered on tables, a delectable pie table, and white linens. The elegant wedding was enjoyed by both the couple and their guests. The dance floor was non-stop the entire evening and at one point, Carly and Ben were on chairs held above the crowd!! Their joy can be seen from beginning to end.
Flowers: Evergreen Flower Co.
Catering: Milo's Catering
Dress: Karen Willis Holmes from B. Loved Bridal Boutique
Groom's Tux: J. Crew
Groomsmen's tuxes: The Black Tux
Engagement ring and wedding bands: Steven Bernard Jewelers
Hair and Makeup: Chelsea at Simply Makeup and Hair LLC
Cake: Kittie's Cakes
Ketubah: Ink with Intent
Invitations and save the date: Paper Source
Other paper items (menu, program, signs, name cards, etc.): Avant-Garde Impressions