We had the pleasure of meeting Julie and Chase at The Farm in Rome, Georgia for their gorgeous wedding day. If you’ve never been to one, The Farm weddings are absolutely stunning. The venue is gorgeous and soo expansive; I’m sure we didn’t even see half of it the day we were there! We were too busy hanging out with Julie and Chase and all their closest friends and family (who were awesome, by the way!). It was a beautiful wedding, complete with a custom-built arch and homemade desserts. Julie and Chase were so so adorable on wedding day. Julie looked so excited to get married (don’t let all her soft and sweet photos fool you, there were tons of her looking all giddy and excited, too!), and we were pretty sure Chase was nervous and anxious to marry his sweetheart. They were so so cute.
The Farm was beautiful from the overall scene down to the details in the walls. Just a beautiful place an like nowhere you’ve ever seen.
Julie and Chase got to use all the guest houses on property, which meant they had all been there for an entire day by the time we showed up. The guest cottages were awesome spaces for getting ready, especially the breakfast area in the bridal cottage. We spent most of the early part of our day there basking is gorgeous, glow-y light while Julie and the girls got ready.
Is this not the cutest flower girl that you ever did see?
Every guy should send his girl a letter or a gift on wedding day. It should be a rule.
We did get a chance to stop in and see the guys for a few minutes. They lined up and gave us their tough faces.
We dodged a summer shower by (what seemed like) less than an hour, they wiped the seats off, and we were out in the field watching Julie and Chase get married! Their wedding day just swept by. But not without one of the sweetest ceremonies you’ve ever seen. Before the flower girl could even get down the aisle, Chase was choking back the tears. It was so sweet, and I am sure made Julie feel like the most gorgeous girl on the planet at that moment. The ceremony had some laughs (right, Brian?), they kissed in front of an absolutely gorgeous barn backdrop, and it was party time!
We always follow the couple out of the ceremony at the end of the wedding. I have a firm belief that those fleeting moments are sacred, and some of the most important moments of the entire day. Apparently, Julie and Chase read my mind because they spent all the time they needed just enjoying being married. Their photos were completely unscriped and unposed, our favorite type of photos ever!
Okay. That last group photo was slightly posed (;)), but the others were all Julie and Chase. Including the next set. They asked for these (and we even sent someone to get the pitchfork), and they came out adorable. Love them.
It wasn’t long before the happy couple was introduced to the party and kicked off a beautiful night of dancing and fun food. I just love the emotion of their dancing photos. They are so wrapped up in each other that it feels like the world is moving all around them and they’re just in their own world. As it should be. <3
Julie and Chase, it was so awesome getting to know you two this year! Y’all are so much fun and so in love (and we love that about you!). We truly hope your first year of marriage is as awesome as your wedding day (and better!).
–> If you’re friends and family of Julie and Chase, comment on our blog post. If they get comments from 25 people by October 15th, we’ll upgrade their 16×20 canvas to a 20×30 as a gift from everyone who pinned their photo! And stay tuned because if they reach that goal this week, we’ll be adding another challenge!