Am I always out-standing in the field?  Metaphorically, yes, but literally, only once in a while!  One of those occasions was Ron and Jessica’s recent wedding, at the beautiful, rustic-in-a-Martha-Stewart-kinda-way, slightly remote Westby Farm, in Andover, NJ.  The guests adventured up the winding tree lined road into the property and discovered a field of wedding dreams, under a perfect, French blue sky, punctuated with a pristine white tent that would become their reception area.

Every aspect of the ceremony and reception showcased the creative talent of the bride, from the quirky invitations  and  programs for the day,to the welcoming candy and lemonade station,  to the acoustic guitar pieces that accompanied her walk down the aisle (after her and her dad drove right up over the field to start their processional!) 

The ceremony took place in an apple orchard on the property; reminiscent of the setting for the  couple’s engagement, and as part of their “Love Story” we talked about “Sweetheart’s Day”, a regional holiday that fell on the exact day Ron asked Jessie to marry him.

After a whirlwind honeymoon to Thailand (I’m so jealous!!), they posted some photos of the day, and I’m happy to share them with you!