Cowboy Boots, Burlap, a Tractor and Village People

I have so much to say about Brad and Jamie's wedding day that I don't even know where to start! The sky threatened rain for this outdoor ceremony at Greendance Winery in Mt. Pleasant, but we never saw a drop of it!  This country themed wedding was just that, to a T.  The bride's mother made all the flowers out of burlap, the bride and bridesmaids bouquets along with the ones that lined the rows of seats to the altar. The bride, groom and entire bridal party wore cowboy boots, and the groom donned a cowboy hat the entire day!

The beautiful ceremony started with acoustic music by guitarist Bill Young and the groom stood under the altar he hand made just for this special day.  Tears flowed as the couple read their handwritten vows and everyone cheered as the new Mr. and Mrs. Oakman were announced.
At the reception held at Bell's Banquets, a restored century old barn, the handmade perfection did not stop. The dessert table held pies and cakes each on tree stump stands made by Brad and a handmade banner by Jamie hung behind them that read "Love is Sweet." The guests line-danced the night away and the Village People even made an appearance! Congratulations Brad and Jamie :)

Gown: Sisters II, Greensburg
Ceremony Guitarist: Bill Young
Ceremony: Greendance Winery (Sand Hill Berries), Mt. Pleasant
Reception: Bell's Banquets, Mt. Pleasant
Desserts: Grandma's Country Oven Bake Shoppe, Harrison City

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