{Real Weddings} Jennifer & Chris's Beautiful Castle Farms Weddings

Whenever you have a castle as a wedding venue, you have me intrigued and swooning! In the states, castles are far and few between, but they do exist, and make for fabulous wedding locales! When McDonald Photography sent over this wedding we are featuring today, I was immediately drawn into how elegant everything was, from the stunning bridesmaid gowns, to the gorgeous reception area.

Jennifer, the photographer, shared with us a bit about the lovely bride and dashing groom's wedding and let us in on a very special detail:
It was a hot, balmy summer day but that didn't affect the splendor of the day! Jennifer and Chris were very involved in planning every detail of their wedding - the day featured an elegant candy table for guests to take home sweets, beautifully handmade centerpieces with signs spelling out different actions, including "encourage," "forgive," and "trust."
The tear-jerker moment of the day was when I found out that Jennifer's mother had passed away when she was young and she had a special pocket sewn into her wedding dress so she could carry a locket that said "Always With You" right against her heart.


What a sweet way to carry a loved one's memory with you on your wedding day, by sewing a pocket to carry a memento! I adore that idea, and wish I known about it for my own wedding.  

Please enjoy Jennifer & Chris's Beautiful Castle Farms Wedding, captured by McDonald Photography:


What a lovely couple, and it's so great to hear how much they put into the planning themselves.  I love the elegant color palette of gray, fuchsia and white-it works for a castle wedding for sure! The table numbers with the sentiments is a great touch as well.  

Our thanks to McDonald Photography for submitting this beautiful wedding our way!

Venodrs:
Photographer:  McDonald Photography//Venue: Castle Farms//DJ: A Plus Digital DJs//Dress Store: Elizabeth’s Bridal Manor
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