a welcoming fall wedding filled with vintage details


On a warm day in early October, Bree and Ben were married on a private estate that was once the county's poor farm. The leaves had begun to change, and the venue was perfect for the bride and groom who were farmers themselves. A special menu featuring food from the couple's own farm as well as other local farms was prepared for guests. Vintage decorations like amber apothecary bottles, delicate lace, and weathered barn wood crates called to mind an earlier time. Old family wedding photos and bouquets crafted out of flowers gathered from the nearby farm of a family friend created a beautiful personal touch. Together, we created a laid-back and welcoming atmosphere for the 250 family and friends that joined Bree and Ben to celebrate their romance.

Color palette for a vintage fall wedding in Kentucky on Event 29.
Custom chalkboard wedding program by Gabrielle Green of #Event29.
Pretty vintage wedding decorations on #Event29.
A vintage fall wedding on #Event29.

The bride's bouquet was crafted by a family friend out of flowers from a local farm.


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Photos courtesy of Dusty Segretto