Brittany and Keith march to their own beat, their love and respect for each other shining through every move they make together. Their wedding day was a beautiful blend of tradition and their exquisite, unique personalities. Despite the weather's temperamental attitude, the skies cleared at mid-day and gave the bride and groom the gorgeous, sunny day they deserved.
Brittany was elegant in a beaded lace gown and cathedral-length veil. Her look was poised and effortless: she looked absolutely stunning. The bridal party was fun and easygoing, a reflection of the bride and groom. Bridesmaids wore forest green and carried florals in shades of deep berry, burgundy, and eggplant; groomsmen looked sharp in gray Gingham check jackets. A personal and touching ceremony began with a processional through the apple orchard, leading to a site in the middle of a clearing. The altar was composed of a natural archway adorned with a macrame and lush flowers, set against bright blue skies. As will happen,
their sweet kids stole the show, the boys in suspenders and bow ties and the flower girl carrying a gold hoop adorned with fresh flowers and greenery, a flower crown on her head to match. Clean lines and simplicity were key for dinner and dancing: contemporary bud vases and iron floral stands decorated each table; place settings of rose gold and embossed glass china completed the picture.
The sunset photos may be the most beautiful we've ever seen. Congratulations to our dear friends, Brittany and Keith!
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