We nearly hear it on the daily, your wedding day will go by so fast, just relax and enjoy the few hours you have to soak it all up. So if you could stretch your big day into two of the best days ever would you? After seeing this fall wedding with too much love to fit into one day it seems like a no brainer. Talk about relaxing and taking your time, this couples Friday evening nuptials took place around a quiet campfire with close friends and family. Then after a good nights sleep, Celine and Jeff invited everyone back for a candle lit barn reception that looked like something out of a dream!
If you aren't sold on this two day wedding experience yet, perhaps you just need a few more visuals. You can see all of the stunning photos taken by Brea McDonald Photography when you visit the full gallery here.
From Brea McDonald Photography: Celine and Jeff were in search of a homey, low key venue to celebrate their wedding with family and close friends and they found it in the Barn at Flanagans Farm. The two had an intimate Friday evening ceremony with only immediate family in attendance. Everyone gathered around a campfire to watch Celine and Jeff exchange vows, even their Bulldog Ibra!
From the Bride: Everything, to my knowledge, went off without a hitch. It could have also been because of our awesome team! So definitely, at the very least, hire a day of planner. Our wedding planner (Lani) and her team were terrific and took care of everything. It was amazing and allowed us to just relax and hang out with our family and friends throughout the day.
From Brea McDonald Photography: The following day, family as well as friends were invited back to the property for a party. Fire & Co. served up dinner fire roasted and family style which was perfect for the warm and cozy atmosphere their whole celebration created.
From the Bride: Remember the day is for you two (the bride and groom) so do what feels best for you both. We truly don't have anything we would have changed about our wedding because we did exactly as we wanted. We picked the 3 things that meant the most to us and spent a majority of our budget on those 3 things. For us, it was the venue, the food, and the photographer.