Dunrobin Intimate Backyard Wedding
I was extremely happy when restrictions lifted and I was able to shoot my first wedding of 2020 and it was a stunner!
Over these past few months before the wedding it seemed like our plans were changing week by week and sometimes even day by day. Being able to have some of our family there was the best change of all! Having a small wedding was not quite what we had planned as we both have Big families. Even with the changes our day was more than perfect after all! We have a tremendous support system that allowed us to work around having our entire wedding day at home. We can’t thank our family and friends enough for all the work they put in on weekends to update and uplift the old farm! Looking back on our day, it truly did represent our love for home and being surrounded by loved ones on the farm. We were fortunate enough to have had more of our family watch our ceremony from around the world! We can’t wait to celebrate with all our family and friends next year!Lindsey & Charles
Charles and I met showing cattle in our local 4-H club. Charles proposed on the front porch of the farm house on May long weekend. Charles was going to propose in the pasture earlier in the day when we were fencing but I guess I wasn’t paying as much attention as I should have been since I drove away in the side by side. I was trying to hurry and get the work done before getting drenched since it had started to rain. It’s definitely a memory we will never forget!Lindsey
Lisa Hammond-Nugent Floral Design decorated with beautiful flower arrangements and I know Lindsey & Charles and their family put so much work into fixing up their property and the barn for their big day. The family’s vintage tractors were placed around the ceremony location and inside the barn was renovated and even has a dance floor! I loved how Lindsey’s mom used her very own dinnerware and china and setup a display of images of relatives who have passed away and included their teacups. I could tell it meant a lot to Lindsey & Charles.