Rustic Farm Wedding | Rachel & Duane
Rustic Farm Wedding | Rachel & Duane
01.16.20

Rachel and Duane’s rustic farm wedding is the perfect blog to help get things kicked off for the 2020 wedding season. Not only did the entire wedding seem like it was designed by us like a stylized shoot to show off our brand, but the bride and groom made it extremely easy for us to tell their story. Storytelling is a popular buzz word that gets tossed around in the wedding industry but it’s also something that we take a lot of pride in. The four of us had spent a couple of hours walking around Philly just a little less than a year earlier capturing photos to celebrate their engagement. It was just before Christmas and felt like the North Pole more so than Philly but Sandi and I had a great time getting to know the two of them, learning that we had a lot in common.

The more they told us about their wedding plans and how it was going to be held at Duane’s family farm which he grew up on, the more we realized just how good of a fit we were to tell their story. Not only did we have a lot in common with Rachel and Duane but as far as clients go, we really couldn’t have asked for anything better. They’re two of the nicest people whose love for each other is contagious, and we couldn’t have been happier to be the ones telling their story.

[RACHEL & DUANE’S ENGAGEMENT SHOOT]

Rachel and Duane got married this past September and we’ve been looking forward to sharing their story with everyone. From the time we arrived until the last sparkler burned out, it was easy to see that there was something special about the love these two had for each other. The little hiccups that every wedding has were shrugged off and quickly forgotten about. Hiccups that might ruin some brides entire day, such as having makeup somehow accidentally getting on their beautiful Oscar De La Renta gown. We watched as Rachel very calmly grabbed a white Sharpie and did her best to cover it up. A moment that only makes her and Duane’s love story that much more special as the two of them laughed it off later that evening.

It was an all-around awesome day filled with laughter, tears of joy, and some of the best food trucks we’ve ever seen at a wedding. From brick oven pizza to fresh spring burritos and a camper converted into a large photo booth, Rachel and Duane put together the perfect family farm wedding. We had a lot of fun capturing their story and being part of their big day. We wish the two of them nothing but the best and hope to see them again soon!

Enjoy!

Bride Prep, Groom Prep, Ceremony + Reception Location: Old Mill Farm Nursery

Bride’s Dress: Oscar De La Renta

Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo

Groom’s Tux: Indochino

Groom & Groomsmen Socks: Happy Socks

Groom’s Shoes: Custom, Made in Italy

Videographer: Philamedia

Catering:

Coa Catering, Nomad Pizza, Steve’s Prince of Steaks,

Dos Hermanos Tacos, PaperMill Fresh Asian Kitchen

Florist: Allium Floral Design

Wedding Coordinator: Kristina Wittig

Hair & Makeup Artist: Alisha Nycole + Co.

Wedding Cake + Cupcakes: Nutmeg Cake Design

Band: Blaire Reinhard Band

Photobooth: Bluebird Hill Events

Rentals and Staffing: Bucks-Mont Party Rental, Beth’s Party Service

Signage + Hand Lettering: By the Bride, Rachel

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