Tegan and Jake could not have asked for a nice day for their family farm wedding in Stormont County last month. It was warm, sunny, and with a nice breeze, but it was the friends and family that celebrated with them that will make the day one to remember. Tegan got ready surrounded by her bridesmaids and female family members. There was a little champaign, some cupcakes, and a lot of blue chiffon swirling around during hair and makeup. The bride’s mom helped her into her dress in a small room away from the commotion, feeling the emotion of the day in a bit of privacy. Once she was ready, Tegan did a reveal with her bridesmaids and with her dad and I’m not sure who cried more!
At the family farm, where the bride and groom had their engagement portraits, Jake and his groomsmen (including the ring bearer) had a mostly relaxing morning until they realized that one of the tents had blown over in the wind! The guys managed to not only get ready on time but also reconstruct part of the reception site!
Tegan and Jake said their vows outside on Jake’s family farm under tall trees and framed by a beautiful wood hexagon laden with gorgeous flowers. The property was the perfect backdrop for portraits with plenty of share and wide open fields — perfect for hat throwing! They held their reception in a huge shed decorated with market lights, and included thoughtful items for the guests like spare blankets and flip flops. The speeches were top notch, especially the roast by the bride and groom’s brothers and sisters!
Tegan and Jake, thank you for trusting me with documenting this special day in your lives. I hope you look back fondly on the images for years to come!