Kristine and Justin is an amazing and super outrageously fun couple with an equally awesome wedding party and guests in attendance. So when you put tons of super awesome and fun people in a room together you ultimately get one SUPER RAD WEDDING!
It was no surprise that these 2 horse lovers opted for an outdoor rustic barn wedding. And even though the thought of a rustic barn wedding would deem to be a casual affair, the bride and groom did not in any way skimp on the details. The wedding colors of red and turquoise where unexpected, but worked for their rustic barn themed event. All the small details really made a huge impact and really personalized the event for the couple. Guests signed a tree slice, rather than a traditional book. Guest gifts were Mason jar inspired mugs adorned with small brass horseshoe charms, paired with paper straws. The wedding party got a fancier version of these which were personalized with chalkboard paint, lace and burlap. Other details to mention were customized matches, napkins, drink stirrers, a signature cocktail and even flip flops for their wild dancing guests. And of course they rented a photo booth with a trunk full of cool props for guests to take pics in between hitting the dance floor. Ohhhhh and I can’t forget to mention the cake & dessert table, which makes my mouth water to this day just thinking about it. AHHHH-MAZING!
A couple of shout outs on this event…….The flowers were amazing and always beautiful from Sherwood Florist (high fives Jessie!). Event Planners Pink with Envy (Brooke) helped the day go amazingly seamless and were splendid to work with on the day of!
Venue: Canopy Creek Farm | Event Planner: Pink with Envy Event Planning
Catering: Mrs. B's Catering | Bartenders: Dayton Cocktail Company
DJ: Party Pleasers | Décor Rentals: Prime Time Party Rental
Photo Booth: Picture Perfect | Invitations: Dirty Helen Paper Co.
Dress: David's Bridal | Ring Designer: Jared- Galleria of Jewelry
Hair: One 80 Salon | Makeup: BeautimarkedByKelli
Flowers: Sherwood Florist | Photography: Sarah Babcock Studio