Amy + Jordan’s intimate wedding celebration took place on a chilly late November day at sunset. Determined to get married outside no matter the temperature, they were happy to snuggle up in blankets during their ceremony, share a cozy fireside dinner with their guests, and revel in the picturesque Pennsylvania autumn scenery as they took their portraits with their photographer, Marisa Albrecht. For them, one thing was key when designing their day: simplicity. And keeping things uncomplicated throughout made for a celebration that was intimate, thoughtful + just plain beautiful! Here’s more about it from Amy:
One thing that we really loved and wanted for our wedding was for it to be SIMPLE. We strayed away from the traditional wedding party, wedding ceremony and reception. This wasn’t just a day about us, it was a day for everyone we loved to celebrate with us this new beginning.
Amy’s simply stunning dress was a consignment shop find + her headpiece was vintage.
All of the florals used for the event were from the property’s greenhouse; picked and prepared by the estate’s floral crew. Talk about a dream!
Processional: Liz on Top of the World – Jean-Yves Thibaudet
Recessional: Everlasting Love – Natalie Cole
First Dance: Stars – Coldplay
The most memorable part of the day was something we hadn't planned at all. It was a time of our family, friends and loved ones each took a moment to let us know their dear thoughts, encouragement and joy about our marriage covenant and celebration. It was the sweetest most uplifting time, hearing so many blessings from our friends!
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photography: Marisa Albrecht // venue name: Private Estate Property // event design: DIY // planning: DIY // florals: The Estate's design crew // wedding dress: Country Threads by Gail // hairpiece: vintage // hair stylist: DIY // makeup artist: DIY // catering: Triple Fresh Catering // cake: Lancaster Cupcake // officiant: Mark Buckwalter - family friend // veil: vintage