They say love begets love. In Charles and Rebecca’s case, wedding begets wedding. When Rebecca’s sister Amanda got married back in 2007 she had a bluegrass band play at her wedding. They provided festive tunes that got everyone dancing, and someone’s heart fluttering. The young man playing the fiddle caught Rebecca’s eye, and he noticed her as well. He introduced himself after the wedding, and they were inseparable after that. A few months later, they were engaged.
Charles and Rebecca were married at Rebecca’s family farm. The land had been transformed into a gorgeous outdoor church, complete with pews and an altar. The day of the wedding, the rain fell softly from the heavens for most of the morning and into the afternoon. About thirty minutes before Rebecca was set to walk down the aisle, it stopped. Relatives scurried about, toweling off the pews as Rebecca put the finishing touches on her birdcage veil. Charles sat on the porch with his groomsmen, laughing and playing his fiddle as he waited for everyone to get seated.
It was time. Everyone was in their places, and everyone craned their necks to see the bride and her father walk through the “church doors” that had been built for this special day. After the ceremony the guests chatted with each other and drank sweet tea as the smoky smell of barbeque hung in the air.
The farm wedding was a gorgeous success. Thank you both for having me be a part of such an amazing day!
The fiddle that started it all…
I absolutely ADORED this birdcage veil. Not everyone can pull it off, but she rocked it!
Fun in the clawfoot tub in her Mori Lee Gown!
How CUTE is this??
Seeing each other for the first time.
The “farmer and his wife” shot. I had to do it. Couldn’t resist!
Rebecca’s dad had planted these flowers just for the wedding. They looked amazing!