{Real Weddings} Jordan & Justin's Country Backyard Wedding


Sometimes it just doesn't get better than a couple having their wedding in their own backyard.  When the wedding event takes place on your land, you literally can be as creative and unique as you want to be, it is your party after all!  Such is the case with today's featured wedding, submitted to us via Two Bright Lights from a newcomer to the blog, Photos by Keshia.

Keisha shared with us a little note about Jordan & Justin's backyard wedding:
Jordan and Justin got married right in their backyard at Justin's farm in Luther, Oklahoma. From the boots and the belt buckles, to the horse, and the line dancin', they went 100% country! It was nothing but good times at this outdoor country wedding!
Good times indeed!  See for yourself how this adorable couple pulled off their wedding, their way!



























  





I truly love this wedding!  I love the humorous signs!! Such as the ring bearer with the sign that reads "Last Chance to Run"! It's great fun to see it all.  I also think how funny the image is of the bride with one of her bridesmaids posing with guns-now that's country!

I'm loving the diy elements as well.  I love the Mr. & Mrs. wreaths, with the fabric flowers, that is something I would totally make.  And what about the mason jar chandeliers?! Love those, and I want those asap!

Many thanks to Photos by Keshia for submitting this wedding to us! 

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Photographer: Photos by Keshia, Yukon, Oklahoma

4 comments:

  1. Her dress is simple yet elegant. I remember my communion dress when I saw the bride.

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  2. Wedding gown and western boots... they do look amazing! And what's even more cute is that the flower girls are wearing boots too!

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  3. The wedding looked so sweet. It's great that they got married on the farm where they are going to be living. What a way to start your new chapter together. The high low dress was perfectly paired with the cowboy boots.

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