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URSULA + BEN | Queensland, Australia farm wedding

Do you need some after lunch inspiration to recharge you for the afternoon? Well this farm wedding from Queensland, Australia should do it. It simply is stunning and full of quirkiness and fun, and TONS of romance and beauty.

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Ben and Ursula’s wedding took place in the small untouched town of Crabbes Creek, Byron Bay. Crabbes Creek is located on the Eastern Coast of Australia, about 20 minutes inland, up steel hills, through deep valleys, around rocky cliffs, and through dense bushland. The wedding was planned by Ben and Ursula themselves. The stunning setting for the day, specifically the barn, was built by the groom Ben and his father using lumber harvested from the surrounding property especially for the their wedding. WOW! The barn really is a masterpiece, and I LOVE the side windows they created. Their farm wedding just oozes romance and sweet rustic style. Hay bale seating, mixed with tons of candles and string lights, a bride who is wearing Uggs, a groom in a bow tie, so many unexpected but perfect details.

Lovely photography by: Mitchell J Carlin- Wedding Photographer

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  • April 17, 2013 - 5:04 pm

    Emily Heizer Photography - Gorgeous I love it! Her dress, the collar- it’s AMAZING!ReplyCancel

  • April 19, 2013 - 3:19 am

    Pomysł na ślub - Beautiful rustic wedding!ReplyCancel

  • January 9, 2014 - 11:00 pm

    Tanya Neumann - What a beautiful venue. Absolutely perfect and exactly what I was looking for. Would you happen to know how i could get in touch with the owners? ThanksReplyCancel

REBECCA + DAVID | Clinton Township, Michigan winter wedding

I know it is spring, but for my friends in places like Denver, CO and Fargo, ND, snow is still a normal sight. So it seemed fitting to share one more winter wedding today until spring finally arrives for everyone around the country! And this is a lovely one to share! Enjoy!

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A country bride, cowboy boots, barns, hay and cows! Photos in a tractor wheel – bride Rebecca looks darling! And a fun mix with a glamorous reception filled with elegant and modern details. A little bit of everything was at this wedding. Love when couples do whatever they love most as they plan their wedding. Rebecca and David, it turned out beautifully!

Wedding day vendors included:
Photographer: Clicking Through Life
Floral Designer: Twigs & Branches Floral
Reception Venue: Mirage Banquet Center
Cake Designer: Achatz Pie Company
DJ: Sound Dog Productions
Makeup Artist: BridesMaid Beautiful
Officiant: Holy Family Parish

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  • April 17, 2013 - 12:30 pm

    Tailored Engagements - Beautiful! I am in love with the table setting! So adorable! Looks like a wonderful day, even in the snow!ReplyCancel

  • November 12, 2013 - 3:24 pm

    Madison - Everything was beautiful!! I’m wondering where they had the farm photos taken?

    the bride looked incredibly elegant and i love that she wore her boots!ReplyCancel

KERIANN + RAY | rural Maryland farm wedding

rural Maryland farm wedding by Craig Hutson Photography

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This beautiful bride and groom shared an amazing wedding day. The weather was perfect, the location was gorgeous, it all came together so nicely for them. I love the sweaters in place of suit coats for the groomsmen – it keeps them nicely casual, which usually is perfect for groomsmen anyway, plus it helps groom Ray stand out on his special day. I love their outdoor ceremony setting with a simple backdrop of fabric draped and gathered, and I wish I could hear their ceremony music – those guys look like they’re playing something good. Cute modern details of chevron cupcake liners, more chevron on the seating tags on brown kraft paper, some nautical striped ribbon and a glitter monogram chair back, I love the combination of the old and new. I wish for a lovely life together for Keriann and Ray!

Wedding day vendors included:
Photographer: craig hutson photo
Floral Designer: FiftyFlowers.com
Dress Store: Ava Clara Bridal Salon
Dress Designer: Vera Wang
Linens and Coverings: Dover Rent-All Tents & Events

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An anniversary love session | Laura + Miguel

Ok, let’s get back into blogging about farm love by sharing a photo session all about a couple in love. Laura and Miguel decided to celebrate their wedding anniversary by spending some time with photographer Izzy Hudgins Photography at Fort Pulaski in Savannah, Georgia.

Love sure is sweet. Did you remember to tell someone you loved them yesterday? Do it today too! And tomorrow, and the next, and the next…

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Spreading love.

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Farm weddings are full of love and happiness, but my heart is still heavy from learning the news of the senseless and despicable horror that happened yesterday in Boston. So just for today, we’re going to take a pause on sharing fabulous couples and their equally fabulous farm weddings, and instead focus on what we can all use more of.

LOVE.

I’ve been a marathoner, I’ve cheered, I’ve known others who have too, and even if I hadn’t, those are our people, our moms and dads, kids, neighbors, friends. We shouldn’t be able to comprehend it because it is simply too much, so instead of getting entangled in the news, awaiting some shred of reasoning, let’s all do instead what we CAN do – spread love.

SPREAD LOVE.

Spread love to your families, your friends, your neighbors, your animals, even a stranger or two. Smile at someone you might not ordinarily smile at. Let someone cut in front of you in line. Donate to something you believe in. Do something good. Do anything extra. Those are things we CAN and ought to do. Love really is contagious.

And as we resume our daily lives and things like our farm wedding planning, we’ll remember that as great as all of our wedding details are, and photos will be, we’ll remember first and foremost that before any wedding comes love. So I hope you don’t mind the pause on the blog today. My heart just needs a moment to spread a little extra love.

LOVE is pretty great.

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