Kelsey’s bouquet looked as if it were plucked right from the meadow. It had that unfettered beauty, straight from nature, without anyone’s fussing to ruin it’s inherent charm. The same could be same about Kelsey and Paul’s entire wedding. Though every detail was meticulously thought out and executed, it’s biggest success was that it managed to feel a bit wild and nonchalant. The decor was an extension of the stunning landscape where it always impressed but never detracted from the pastoral surrounds.
Kelsey and Paul were married at Kelsey’s family’s bucolic farm in Chester County. It was a chilly October day, but the sun was shining and it felt like the party of the year. Everyone was in good spirits, enjoying delicious food by Max Hansen Catering and taking in the surroundings, particularly the curious horses hanging out during cocktail hour (which was held alongside and inside the stone stables).
We worked with a stellar team on this wedding. KPW Productions, Terrain and Chick Invitations in particular just knocked it out of the park. If I closed my eyes and imagined a perfect outdoor wedding, this would be it. Best of all, it matched Kelsey and Paul’s laid-back personalities. You could not ask for a better day.
Venue: Private Farm
Caterer: Max Hansen Caterer
Planer + Event Designer: KPW Productions
Gown: Lihi Hod
Bridesmaid Dresses: Reformation
Invitations: Chick Invitations
Band: Sultans of Swing