A rainy Saturday wedding at Landis Valley. It seems rain is in the sky and mud is on the ground every single time we have a wedding there. Amy and I in our flip-flops and Jessie and Lindsay in their cute little 'Wellies' came already soaking wet from the first wedding that day at Lime Spring Farm. ( I'll post those pictures next week). The next day Jessie came over with a gift of my very own cute little pair of Wellies for any future wet Wandis Walley weddings.
Above are a few details of an otherwise very lovely wedding. The bridesmaids wore blue dresses and carried yellow Mini Callas. The Bride's bouquet was all white mini Callas. So rainy I forgot to get pictures of bouquets!
-First is the Ring Bearer's box. We painted a wooden box black and covered it with yellow button Mums and tied it up with black ribbon.
-The next is 2 buckets of rain- no just kidding...... it's floating flowers and candles placed at the beginning of the ceremony aisle. The wedding was to be held in the grove, but because of rain it took place in the barn; therefore the candles couldn't be lit. You must hire a 'candle-watcher' from LV because of the historic value of the barn.
- The couple came to Landis Valley from West Chester and brought with them the catering company called appropriately, "Limoncello". The centerpieces called for yellow Lilies, and of course Lemon slices.
We had to get out of the rain before the favors were put out, so we have no pictures, however they were bottles of homemade Limoncello liquer made by the couple themselves.
- Yellow Gladiolas and Curly Willow branches are set in place for the Bruschetta/ Anitpasta tables, as well as tall footed cylinders of Lemons and Lilies and button Mums for buffet tables in the barn after the wedding.
Congratulations to Tony and Julia! I know the rain didn't spoil their wedding day one bit!