On June 2nd, 2018, couple Christy and Brett decided forever sounded best. The two met on plenty of fish and it had been an endless romance ever since. The grooms calmed Brett’s nerves with a few silly photos before the ceremony. While the brides closest ladies helped her with every last button and zipper.
Both the ceremony and the reception was held at Mayfair Farms, a venue placed on a large picturesque spot of land. The ceremony took place outside, at the end of a beautifully long brick walkway. It provided the perfect entrance for the family and wedding party. The groomsmen entered with light grey suits and ties that revealed the wedding colors of pale blue and bright pink. The bridesmaids followed in right behind the groomsmen, sporting long dresses and delicate bouquet of flowers.
The bride wore a beautiful lace gown with a detailed back and a train to die for. Her updo added the perfect touch of elegance as she walked down to see her groom. Her father handed her off with tears in his eyes.
The couple involved their children throughout the ceremony and once the vows were exchanged it was time for some photos in front of one of the venue’s beautiful backdrops. A stone building covered in tall blooming sunflowers.
Once the family photos were taken, the couple was whisked away to some of the more private parts of the Mayfair Farms venue. Around every corner was the perfect sunlight, a stunning backdrop, or a charming garden.
Inside the Mayfair Farms venue, the ballroom was all prepared for the couple’s entrance. Tulle hung from the ceiling and flowers consistent with their theme brightened up the already elegant space. The venue also made sure the large windows were wide open so everyone could see the lush surroundings of the property. Golden wall fixtures then graced the walls of the property, providing beautiful lighting as the sunset.
The dinner gave everyone enough energy to dance with DJ Mazz entertainment throughout the night. It was certainly needed with all of the fast-paced music. However, the dancing did not really get started until the couple came out in festive attire and performed a choreographed dance to “fireball”. They impressed the crowd with lifts, dips, and a little shimmy.
As everyone continued to dance, guests were treated to a massive Viennese hour. Everything from a chocolate fountain, biscotti, cake, and freshly made cannoli’s to a full board ice cream bar.