If there was a super adorable bride award I would be sure to hand it over to this cute little blondie!  And, while we’re at it, let’s dole out the awesome craftiness award as well for all the amazing, rustic DIY details that she poured into her event.  I have to say, that when done right, the baby’s breath bouquet can look really good and this, my friends, is done oh-so right.  Massive bundles of sweet, little blossoms paired with chic bridesmaids’ dresses against a rustic setting.  Be still my country-lovin’ little heart!  Click here to see the full gallery!

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From the Bride…Jeremy and I wanted our wedding to be unique, and very personal to us.  The ceremony was held in my parent’s backyard on the lake, with the groomsmen coming in on a pontoon.  For my ‘something old,’ I wore my great-grandmother’s wedding shoes that she wore back in 1903.  After the ceremony, our wedding party rode to the reception in a tractor-pulled wagon, to the rustic white barn that belonged to my maid-of-honor and her husband.  For the bouquet toss, we used the pumpkin catapult used during pumpkin season to catapult my bouquet.  The highlight for us was the first dance which took place at dusk on the balcony of the barn, while the guests all lit sparklers below, and when the song finished, fireworks went off!  The night ended with s’mores at the fire pits and a barn dance.  The day was absolutely perfect!

Wedding Dress: Angelina Faccenda by Mori Lee / Wedding Photographer: Anna Page Photography / Caterer: Rhythm & Q / DJ: Friend of the Bride and Groom / Florals: Farmer’s Market DIY / Location: Mommsen’s Produce Patch