This beautiful fall wedding at Heritage Prairie Farm was filled with unique touches from the bride and groom. Megan, the bride, carried a bouquet wrapped in the lace from her Grandmother’s wedding gown.
It was a cool fall day and the bridesmaids wore gray shawls to stay warm and complement their rich red long flowing gowns.
Guests were treated to a surprise performance of “Be Our Guest” by one of Megan’s talented cousins (who also helped with hair and make-up).
One of her Grandmothers wore the same beautiful blue dress she originally wore to Megan’s Mom’s wedding thirty years ago. She said she loved it so much and it cost her “a million dollars at the time”, jokingly.
Wallflower Designs adorned the place in every beautiful floral possible. My favorite were the caramel roses, sunflowers, and rich red dahlias. Tablescapes included favorite craft brew bottles for vases filled with wheat and tiny cinderella pumpkins were all around.