Intimate + Romantic Outdoor Summer Wedding
With a lovely outdoor ceremony and al fresco reception with family-style dinner, this day, captured by Meghan Mehan Photography feels intimate, personal and completely special.
The best way to have a backyard wedding even if you don't have a backyard? Find a venue that feels like home. That's what this Bride and Groom found in Rengstorff House. With a lovely outdoor ceremony and al fresco reception with family-style dinner, this day, captured by Meghan Mehan Photography feels intimate, personal and completely special. Take a peek in THE VAULT to join the celebration!
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From Meghan Mehan Photography...Ashley and Kevin's wedding took place at the Rengstorff House, a beautiful venue whose humble property gives way for a romantic backyard wedding. Their celebration was designed elegantly and intimately and incorporated a wonderfully prepared family-style meal that was shared amongst their closest family and friends. Everything about their wedding was simple and thoughtful, right down to the details. The ceremony took place in the side yard of the house, nestled amongst gorgeous trees with golden light shining through. The groom's mother did a reading during the ceremony, and the couple's friend sang a beautiful rendition of Adele's 'Make You Feel My Love.' Cocktail hour took place on the front lawn, and then guests were seated at three long tables in the backyard for dinner. It was the most perfect, end of summertime affair with the couple sharing a meal with their guests outside in the late light of August, followed by dancing on the patio beneath string lights.

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