Fallon and Joe piled on the romance for their wedding at Cold Saturday Farm in Carroll County Maryland. The rustic country theme, complete with vintage lace and organic wood, allowed guests to relax among the ivory-covered historic buildings. As the weather gets warmer and the days get longer, this sweet summer celebration is sure to inspire the romantic in every bride.
Pastel bridesmaid dresses created soft pops of color and highlighted the bride’s rosy peach bouquet. Fallon wore her hair in loose waves to complement the low back of her gown. Chiffon ruffles, burlap accents, and sprays of baby’s breath kept a feminine feeling while also adding textural interest to bridal party’s ensemble.
String lights were hung among the trees, casting a warm light over the ceremony space. The laid-back bride chose a chunky turquoise necklace in place of more glittery accessories, and her groom opted out of wearing a tie.
As guests left the ceremony, signs made from salvaged wood guided them towards dinner and dancing. Cowboy boots paired with fluffy bouquets captured the playful spirit of Fallon and Joe’s special day. An old wooden fence and tall leafy trees made the perfect back drop for photographs.
At the reception, loved ones were asked to write notes for the happy couple to read on their anniversary throughout the years. Bundles of wheat adorned the tables along with lace runners and sepia toned photographs. Mason jar wine glasses at each place setting ensured that the party continued with Fallon and Joe’s country theme. As the day drew to a close, the couple took a moment to spend some time alone on the dock by the farm’s serene lake.