Meagan's love of all things boho inspired this gorgeous fall wedding. From the deep colors seen in the florals and place settings, to the bridal party attire, the couple's vision was met and exceeded! In October of this year, Meagan and Matt tied the knot under Field and Pond's historic oak tree. Lots of personal details wowed guests and left them talking about this wedding for years to come!
Planning, Design, and Production: Jenn Robirds Events | Florals: Soil Sisters Farm | Venue: Field and Pond | Photography:Kathryn White Photography | Entertainment: LJS Productions, Our DIY Love Photo Booth | Rentals: Celebrations Party Rentals and Tents, La Tavola Fine Linens, American Sanitation | Catering: Buckhorn, High Voltage Donuts | Beauty: Morgan Merrill Beauty, Leann La Salle | Transportation: Sterling Ride.
Field and Pond's ranch house was built in 1910 and has been renovated to accommodate guests staying on property. It is such a sweet space for the couple and their family on the big day!
The bride's boho love inspired the pampas grass in floral arrangements. Morgan, one of JRE's lead planners, actually foraged the grass on property and added it to the arrangements to pull it all together. That is dedication!
The couple's Frenchie wanted to be a part of the show! So he had to dawn his suit and tie, of course.
This signature JRE aisle dip was special. Guests were given rose petals to throw as they newly married couple walked down the aisle and it was a magical moment to witness!
Our lead planner Morgan doing what she does best. The finishing touches are never overlooked.
This is one of our favorite color pallets because of all the contrast. Look how the deep blues pair so well with deep reds and is all tied together with the rustic rust colors seen in the antique bud vases.
Custom neon signs are here to stay and we couldn't be happier.
This fun photobus was a surprise for the groom; our staff helped Meagan book it without him knowing. How special!
Each geode name card was hand-written by the bride, and they really pull the place setting together!
If you look closely, you'll see a donut topped with hot Cheetos. That was a first for JRE weddings!