1. What was the one thing about your venue that made you know it was the one?
I knew this wedding venue was the one because of its close proximity to our hometown. Also, the openness and barn was absolutely beautiful and perfect to have a wedding with our close friends and family.
2. Which three details from your wedding were your favorites?
2. Reception Tables
3. Give us the one moment from your wedding that you can’t stop thinking about.
The ceremony is the one thing I will never forget! It was so beautiful and so sweet. I will always remember the day I married my best friend!
Tis the season–the holidays are finally here! Before you start planning and prepping, become inspired by this styled shoot full of rustic red decor, lit lanterns, snow and a warm cup of hot cocoa topped with whipped cream.
Elvis, Sinatra, Marilyn, 50′s inspired, Big Band, many personal touches, red 54 cadilac, gorgeous full ball gown, Kris Allen performance (yes, as in the American Idol winner), Les Lankhorst – The Rat Pack is Back performance, special menu items, many old hollywood vintage touches – this wedding had it all!
This is the Traylor-Parks wedding. Yes, those are their real names. And Catherine and Sean took full advantage of this coincidence, using an Airstream trailer as the bar for their adorable backyard reception. There ceremony was held at the stunning Mildred B. Cooper chapel in Bella Vista, Arkansas, created by renowned Arkansas architect E Fay Jones. Although it’s not far from the nearest highway, once you’ve walked the meandering path through the trees to the chapel, you feel as though you’ve left the world behind. We were so thrilled that Catherine and Sean set aside time after the ceremony to take photos by the water, in a field, and at a neighbor’s barn too. They finished the night with an adorable reception at Catherine’s parents’ house. Wooden signs directed guests to the ”out house” and cocktail hour on the front lawn. Beautiful arrangements of bottles, flowers and tree stumps awaited guests at their tables, along with their favors of honey and tea. The Southern cooking was to die for, and the dancing seemed like it would never end. Nothing could have made this day better, other than maybe a 20-degree drop in temperature. I can’t say enough about what a fabulous day it was.