I’m so excited to share all of the memories I captured at Kimberly and Colton’s Wren Farm wedding. Their venue was absolutely beautiful. If you’ve never heard of Wren Farm in Mechanicsburg, you need to check it out! Once you see the pictures, you’ll totally understand why Kimberly and Colton decided on a Wren Farm wedding and reception.
There was a farmhouse on the property where Kimberly and her bridesmaids got ready. Before Kimberly got her dress on she asked if it would be possible to take a picture of her dress hanging out of the barn, showing the quilted windows. Without hesitating, I took the dress and captured what she wanted. Her dress was perfect and hanging out of the barn made it even more of a fairytale.
The weather could not have been more perfect, as the ceremony was outside. The days prior to the wedding it showed it was supposed to rain the entire day. The skies were clear, and the temperature was perfect.
Colton said his favorite part of the day was “Waiting for Kimberly to walk down the aisle and seeing her for the first time as his bride.” Kimberly and Colton’s son rode in a wagon down the aisle. He was looking around at all of the guests. He was so cute and did a great job! Kimberly’s favorite part of the day was “walking back down the aisle as husband and wife with their little boy and knowing they all finally had the same last name.”
“The reception was held inside the Wren Farm wedding barn”
The reception was held inside the Wren Farm wedding barn, which was beautiful! I loved their cake! It was wrapped in burlap and was decorated with sunflowers. I was so excited when it came time to take portraits of the bride and groom because of the location. There was a small red barn, a countryside with an open field, a fence and a romantic wooden swing. All of these things made for some great portraits. Their family and friends rocked the dance floor and made for an entertaining night. They danced to so many different country songs and some of them were even doing line dances to the songs! I loved how Kimberly and Colton ended their reception. They ended with a “last dance” with just the two of them on the dance floor. It gave them a moment to enjoy their special day as a married couple.
I’m so glad I had the opportunity to be a part of Kimberly and Colton’s wedding day.