One of the most rewarding aspects of Romancing the Home has been the relationships formed with our wonderful customers. I love to hear what's going on in their lives. Today, I saw two of my favorite customers, sisters Robyn and Lisa, and had the chance to get caught up with what's been going on in their hectic lives. Robyn shared with me some photos of her daughters wedding, held late last summer in a barn near Green Lake, Wisconsin. I was so enchanted with the photos, that I begged her to send them to me to share with my readers on my blog. So here we go---
The wedding was held on the grounds of a
beautiful nursery in Green Lake, Wisconsin. .
The bride and her flower girls heading to the ceremony.
The Aisle Runner
The ring bearer pillow
The beautiful couple
The wedding party
Gorgeous flowers in old barrels
Robyn, the mother of the bride, found this metal cupola at the Elkhorn Flea Market in Wisconsin and had a carpenter build the chicken wire frame under it to house the "wedding chickens"!!
The cupola just happened to have the wedding garland on it- how perfect!
The chickens were a fun surprise for the guests.
In a field near the barn, a tent set the tone for the dance hall!
Swags of soft, flowing fabric created a romantic entrance to the dance floor.
A gate made of old doors and fresh flowers beckoned the guests to come through and experience the next magical part of this wedding weekend.
Old lace panels, strings of pearls and a steer head grace the door of the Dance Hall.
Hydrangeas and roses in bark covered vases with tons of white votives.
A mis-matched collection of vintage china was gathered for the table settings on the long communal style tables.
It was so much fun for the bride's family to put this wonderfully enchanting wedding together.
I can only imagine the hours spent creating, shopping, planning and implementing.
A gorgeous, creative and simply delightful wedding!