Every aspect of Amanda and Patrick’s Old Edwards Inn Wedding was a dream. A garden ceremony at The Farm at Old Edwards was the perfect choice for Amanda and Patrick. The day started at the farmhouse where all the girls were getting ready. We hopped on the back porch and styled all the pretty details. From the invitation suite to the perfect flower girl baskets! And after that Amanda got into her stunning Romona Keveza gown with her mom and sister by her side. These quiet intimate moments are some of our favorite memories to capture. After that, the bride and her dad shared the sweetest first look by the Orchard House. And then Amanda and Patrick shared their first look.
A very special part of the wedding was that Patrick and Amanda’s bridal party was all family. Amanda’s sister was her matron of honor along with her niece and Patrick’s daughters. And Patrick’s groomsmen were his son as his best man and his dad, and soon to be brother-in-law and nephew.
First Looks with Dad and Groom
Bride and Groom Portraits
Bridal Party Portraits
After family photos and bridal party photos, the bride and groom shared their vows in the Orchard. Such a sweet ceremony that started with a four-piece string quartet leading everyone in. Then the bridal party led in by bagpipes played by one of the wedding officiants. A thoughtful and sweet ceremony led by both Patrick and Amanda’s pastors. My favorite part was when one of the pastors asked Amanda and Patrick to turn around and look at all the people who had come to support their union. It was the sweetest moment, followed by vows and a kiss!
More Bride and Groom Portraits
The wedding guests were invited to the barn at the Farm at Old Edwards for cocktail hour where the stone fireplace was donned with all the gorgeous flowers and an amazing cake on display. Then doors opened to the gorgeous pavilion beautifully decorated for guests to come and enjoy a delicious dinner and dancing. The couple shared the perfect first dance and dances with their parents, followed by Patrick dancing with his three daughters.
After a fun night of entertainment by the dueling pianos guests lined the back steps to send the couple out through a sparkling tunnel. Enjoy some of our favorite images from this special day below.
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