From the Planner:
Angela and Rich poured their heart and soul into their wedding day, with so many DIY projects and loved ones participating in vendor roles. Everything from the decor, to the stationery to the florals were all hand made with love. Angela chose a cheerful color palette of purple and yellow for her spring wedding day with rustic elements. One of her most personalized projects with her bouquet wrapped with lace and a locket of her late father to be closer to her on her wedding day. With plans for a beautiful outdoor ceremony with arrival in vintage cars to an outdoor cocktail hour, the week of the wedding had us frantically checking the forecast as it was calling for rain! The day before at the rehearsal, it seemed the weather was in our favor with rain to stop earlier in the day. However, on the wedding day, it was chilly and the rain did not let up! Plans changed to having the ceremony in the covered pavilion, and we sought to transfer and redo the decor as much as possible to accommodate the new space. Despite the rain, Angela arrived beautiful and in good spirits, ready to be married! The photographers, Erin and Eric Brennan, had clear umbrellas that allowed Angela and Rich to capture some beautiful outdoor pictures. Despite the rain, the reception space remained the same, all done up in the yellow, purple, and burlap to bring Angela's cheery rustic country wedding to perfection! Guests enjoyed a barbecue buffet and dancing all night thanks to DJ Andy Gotsch!