Our next wedding starts off in a quaint chapel ceremony, and then moves onto a rustic barn reception filled with fun details. From an oh so delicious bacon bar to an adorable pink ruffle ombre cake, it’s all “aww” inspiring for any bride to be.
The wedding took place in a charming, incredibly tiny church, Mother of Sorrows. We loved the intimacy of this location. The reception would follow at Conrad Botzum Farmstead, an incredibly lovely barn from 1898 located in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
It was important to add personal touches throughout the venue so I made sure to add family pictures of parents and grandparent weddings, my own centerpieces, a cake bunting, card box, welcome sign, hand-painted table numbers and so much more.
A little goes a long way
I loved the inside of the barn from the moment I saw it and knew it would not take much decor to make it even more beautiful. Centerpieces of flowers in mason jars, lanterns, soft pink linens, burlap napkins, and a string of mason jar lights would be all this space needed.
Photographers: Hudson Photo Arts
Wedding Films: Imagen Photography
Flowers: Petal Place Florist
Cake: Rudy Strudel
Jewelry: Marlen Jeweler
Belt: Sarah Seven
Venues & Officiants: Conrad Botzum Farmstead & Mother of Sorrows
Catering: Totally Cooked
Bride Dress: The Gown Shop