May 22, 2015
“Want me to check my doppler radar?” one of the groomsmen offered. “Oh, yes, please!” responded the concerned bride.
According to the weather map, it looked like the rain was supposed to pass in the next 15-minutes, but it was tough to know for sure. If you live in the mountains the unpredictable weather is something you get used to.
With a lot of hesitations, the decision was made to execute “Plan B” since the ceremony was due to start and the rain hadn’t yet let up, so the guests all huddled under the overhang of the barn to watch the couple exchange their wedding vows.
If you ask me, the rain made their intimate wedding even more cozy.
The couple is from the DC area so everything was planned from afar with the help of the folks at the Mast Farm Inn. It was such a fitting venue for the look and feel Britney was going for.She dreamed of getting married in the mountains because they love this area, and they chose Mast Farm Inn because of their five-star food and picturesque location!
Having fun and getting married in the mountains was one of their main priorities and they couldn’t have chosen a better place to do it.
As an interior designer, Britney poured her heart into crafting the chic DIY details that were incorporated into their wedding day. All of the energy she put forth to create the decorations helped build the perfect backdrop that she envisioned.
I knew that Britney and Blake’s wedding day was going to be relaxed and casual because when Britney and I spoke on the phone numerous times over the past few months we connected pretty easily.
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