You may remember Molly and David from my Narnia engagements, the magical snow to the un touched fall colors. Not much changed in the wedding that we did in July 21. The venue of the Fields of Willie Greens in Monroe was a sight to see.
As we arrived the summer breeze flowed through the trees and the reception and ceremony area was busy getting put together. As I met up with Molly she was getting her hair and makeup by Anne Timss up in the bridal suite.
She was calm and ready for the day to get on. Mollys dress by Laineemeg Bridal was hanging in the side of the room far enough for her to see but tucked away for no one to disturb it.
As the day was getting on the florist was still running around making perfection of the decor and all the fine details. I watched in awe as Jon from Countryside Floral was finishing up with such ease on his master pieces.
I had PJ Parsons to chat with about how lovely the place really looked her being the planner and MC for the night. The ceremony was short and sweet. Along with the festivities that followed by many beautiful speeches, eating dancing and cake. The food provided by Alexa's Cafe & Catering, was delicious to every bit with so many options on hand. The cake from Simply sweet cupcakes that I could smell in the air
as I walked passed was delicate and lovely looking. Another main feature was the Street Treats that pulled up soon after the food was
out. This was an amazing ice cream sandwich stand with multiple treats with two lovely attendants that where funny and very personable :D I noticed this was a hit especially with the grandparents I saw going up for seconds and one of them on thirds.
The couple was smiles all night with dancing and enjoying each moment. Their friends and family where absolutely wonderful to meet and get to know. Mollys and Daves wedding was a magical one for sure. The sunset was perfection on them with just enough dust in the air to capture natures elements at its finest.