Thursday, July 25, 2013

Rustic Farm Wedding: Chelsea and Sean's Ranch Wedding in Pittsgrove, NJ

 Chelsea and Sean's wedding was a fabulous farm inspired event held at the couple's future homestead in Pittsgrove, NJ. I had so much fun creating her flowers, yet there were so many perfect details, that I think the flowers had some major competition ( see Rooster below!!!). Their photographer was the super sweet and very talented Maggie from Maggie J Photography. Her work is absolutely stunning. This blog posting took forever to finish, due to many other things going on (like the midst of wedding season), but being next week is the couple's one year anniversary, what better way to show off their gorgeous wedding???

 Chelsea's bouquet was fluffy and romantic, but also very natural.

I have to admit, I am in love with these pheasant feathers!

 The bridesmaids carried dahlias, sweet peas, lisianthus, hydrangeas, scabiosa, and lots of wispy accent flowers, like lady's mantle, queen anne's lace, and seeded eucalyptis.

  Chelsea carried White O'Hara blush garden roses, white lisianthus, white sweet peas, mini callas, scabiosa, hydrangeas, lady's mantle, and seeded eucalyptis.

The men wore clean white mini callas.

I love the bricks and old door!

The ceremony took place at Holy Family Church in Sewell.

My favorite flowers EVER. They make my heart happy.

The peacock feathers, sweet peas, and gomphrena make this arrangement!

The farm is gorgeous! A storm came through right during cocktail hour 
so this shows a faint rainbow after the rain.

So many beautiful details!

I LOVE everything about this photo.

Future Ranchers

This guy stole the show (for me).  Roosters scare me a bit, but how gorgeous is he?

The coolest idea!

Happy One Year Anniversary Chelsea and Sean!!!

1 comment:

Delores Lewis said...

That is a beautiful wedding gown! I moved to New Jersey a few days ago and I'm currently trying to find a unique and stylish dress for my upcoming wedding in November. I want a wedding dress, NJ store that is flavorful with intricate designs. Any suggestions would be wonderful. Thanks!