Maddie and Josh tied the knot at Sorella Farms. This authentic Amish built barn was transported from Ohio and reassembled on the property of Sorella Farms. In Little Lane Evington, Virginia. Once used for sheep shearing, hay storage, and housing large farm equipment, this unique barn is now a barn wedding venue.
Scroll down to see their entire mint and gray rustic barn wedding. You're not going to want to miss a detail. There was so much pretty we could not fit it all one post, so you have to check out more of the images in the full gallery here. All photographed by Demi Mabry.
iced coffee station
Our favorite detail from the day was the ice coffee station! We love the vintage dispenser. You can purchase a similar one here at Bed Bath & Beyond.
Maddie and Josh had a welcome station for guests to let them know that their wedding ceremony was unplugged. They wanted all of their guests to be fully present during their ceremony. So, they kindly asked everyone who attend to turn off all phones and cameras and enjoy the moment with them.
rose petal toss
After the ceremony guests tossed rose petals. If you look above you can see the cute paper cones that says - A Petal Shower Exit. You know we love a good flower toss exit.
You'd never guess that thunder showers were in the forecast for Josh and Maddie's wedding. Luckily the skies were clear all day and as you see their day was absolutely glorious.
rustic seating chart idea
How amazing is this seating chart. Maddie and Josh hand wrote each guests names differently on mismatched hang tags and nailed them to board with rose gold nails. We love love. Wood is such a great backdrop for escort cards. Don't you think?
rustic glam wedding wedding venue
Ummm.. how about that wall of gold mirrors? It really does not get more rustic glam than that! To see more of this rustic glam wedding venue that is actually quite affordable, check out all the images in the full gallery here.
Angela Hudson Cakes designed this exquisite gold and white wedding cake. Be sure to stop and look at the detail on the bottom tier. Amazing ... right?