Are you prepared to see the most adorable country wedding ever?! Leah and Steven's wedding day was full of farm animals, friends, and family and of course lots of love. This easy going wedding will have you wishing for a rocking chair to settle into while you sit and watch the grass grow. So snuggle up under those covers readers, and dream of summer sunshine while you enjoy this farm style wedding in Mooresville, Alabama.
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From the Bride:
With chickens running around our feet, we climb an old farm tree and I know I am exactly where I want to be. The day could not have been more beautiful and filled with love. With family and close friends filling the small venue, we began the rest of our lives with the best people we know.
My bouquet was wrapped with lace from my grandmother’s wedding dress, my necklace was my mom’s when she graduated high school and the brooch in my hair was my great aunts’.
Are you down south and looking for a cute rustic setting for your next big event? You should definitely check out 1818 Farms! Located in historic Mooresville, AL and overlooking a field of lavender, fresh flowers, a garden of seasonal produce, and the cutest sheep, goats and chickens in the Tennessee Valley, the 1818 Farms Garden House is the perfect setting for a wedding, your next work party, supper club, group outing, garden club, or social event. Rent this hidden treasure and have everyone ask “how did you find this place?”
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What the Bride would have done differently:
If I would have done anything differently, I would have prepared and planned earlier before the wedding. I am a procrastinator through and through but if I would have just made decisions earlier in the process, the days leading up to the wedding would have been less stressful.
But, when it came to the day of, I really couldn't have cared less about the little things I forgot to do and things that got left out because all you are thinking about is how much love there is between you and your husband and your family and friends. Also, it did help that I have a fabulous group of family and friends who did so much to take projects off my plate and make sure everything fell into place so I could enjoy the day.