Molly and Nick are two of the most thoughtful people I have ever met and it truly showed in their actions. They were so intentional about their interactions with each other and their friends throughout the day, it was so special to be a part of.
Zingerman’s Cornman Farms was the beautiful backdrop for their October wedding day. The venue was full of gorgeous fall pumpkin displays and it was a stunning 75 degrees! After enjoying time well spent with their friends, Molly and Nick had their first look followed up by some adorable pictures with their friends, family and pups, Bo and Tuck! During their ceremony, Molly and Nick shared their meaningful vows that they wrote for each other in front of the farmhouse in front of all their loved ones. Following their kiss and much cheering, guests headed to cocktail hour to mingle together, enjoy some amazing appetizers and pet some goats! It was a beautiful day so guests were able to explore the gardens, catch up at tables on the lawn and play games. Guests then made their way into the dinner tent, which was filled with glowing candles, greenery, blush and white floral arrangements. To kick off the dinner, Molly and Nick’s family and friends shared toasts filled with funny stories and lovely memories. Then Zingerman’s Catering served up an amazing plated meal with a fall salad, flank steak, eggplant lasagna and lemon & thyme chicken entrees. Following dinner, Molly and Nick cut their cake and we whisked everyone off to the barn for dancing! Blue Water Kings created such a fun dance floor atmosphere! Guests were also able to enjoy s’mores by the bonfire, flavored popcorn and wedding cake throughout the night! From start to finish, this day was a joy to be a part of!
Congratulations to Molly and Nick!
Wedding Planning/Month-of Coordination: Pineapple Punch Events/Amber
Venue: Zingerman’s Cornman Farms
Photographer: Chelsea Brown Photography
Catering: Zingerman’s Catering
Beauty: Primp Beauty
Entertainment: Blue Water Kings
Florist: Thrifty Florist
Transportation: Golden Limousine
Cake: Zingerman’s Bakehouse