Lee and Kenny got married on their family’s farm, Trickle Spring Farm, in Bealeton. Their wedding was genuine and rustic and completely centered around what’s most important on your wedding day: EACH OTHER.
The girls spent the morning getting ready at a cottage they rented because most of their bridal party and guests were from out of town. The space served as the perfect prelude for this beautifully rustic wedding! It’s safe to say watching the little ones run around made the morning even better. Lee and Kenny are both from large families, and their flower girls and ring bearers put even more excitement into the air!
Just before the ceremony, I was able to capture pictures of the guys hanging out in the barn before the ceremony. Kenny’s boutonniere was actually made as a surprise by Lee – a detail and gesture I love! The rest of the flowers were beautifully put together by the groom’s sister, Lisa Jordan.
These two designed and DIY-ed their ENTIRE WEDDING with help from their families, and I love that so many hands were involved in creating such a perfect day. Hail bails served as seating for guests during the ceremony, and they got married until an arbor built by Lee’s father. Lee’s brother even officiated!
Post ceremony, we adventured out into the field to capture family and bridal party portraits. They had the perfect barn as a backdrop, and Kenny provided his awesomely restored truck to add extra charm.
The entire wedding was full of love (Lee’s first look with her dad is so sweet!), and it was so wonderful to watch as their family and friends came together to share in such a special day.
Kenny and Lee, I wish you two nothing but the very, very best! Congratulations again!