St. Louis Wedding at Kuhs Farm
December 9, 2013
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Let's face it, Mondays can be a bit tough. So we try to do our part by filling your screens with some serious pretty so you can start your week off in style. And this Kuhs Farm wedding from White-Klump Photography is the perfect way to do just that. It's overflowing with lovely, so grab your second cup of jo and head on into the gallery for even more.
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From White-Klump Photography....When I first heard the details of this wedding I couldn't wait to be a part of it all. Susan and Kevin are two of the most fun loving and carefree couples I know! Susan said, "Being older we knew we didn't want a typical wedding. We had already been to a million of the same kind of wedding." Susan and Kevin stayed true to their word. They decided to hold their even at the breathtaking Kuhs Farm right outside St. Louis, Missouri. The pre-ceremony was filled with yard games such as corn hole, croquet, washers, and horseshoes. Parasols were given to the guests as they played, sipped on intoxicating lemonade from the adult lemonade stand and listened to a blue grass band. Then it was time for the ceremony which took place to the monumental oak tree at the estate complete with old wooden doors that led the aisle and also served the purpose as programs. Bridesmaids and bridesman wore navy dresses and navy striped ties with a hint of coral. Cocktail hour consisted of hayrides around the farm, petting zoo, and popcorn station. The reception was held in a tent on top of the hill that overlooks the Missouri River. Exclusive Events designed a gorgeous streamer chandelier that really added to the whimsical nature of the tent. Centerpieces included peach, coral, and gold accents. The food added to the fun loving nature. Guests were served a seven course meal all family style of the couple's favorite food such as bbq brisket, gourmet macaroni and cheese, and cucumber salad. Between dancing the night away guests also enjoyed a bonfire complete with all of the s'more fixings and a firework display that could have easily doubled as the Fourth of July St. Louis Fair.