Rachel and Steven planned their Vintager Inn wedding. Family and friends convenved on one location and enjoyed both the ceremony and wedding reception with the ease and simplicity that the Vintager offers. This bride might look familiar. No, she didn’t get married twice. It’s two different people and they each got married once! Rachel looks a lot like her sister, who celebrated her nuptials with hubby Travis about a year earlier.
Rachel and her groom Steven celebrated their wedding day on a chilly March day almost a year ago. It was cold. Like break out the parka and hot cider cold. Luckily, the cameraman was a lot warmer than the bridal party! This crew is tough, and despite the bone-chilling wind, we got a lot of smiles and lasting memories.
You can tell that they were all eager to dive inside the barn for the reception. They didn’t hesitate starting the celebration with a night full of dancing and libations. The building was packed full of several generations of kin, and all there to celebrate the happy couple.
The day was packed full of rustic accents perfectly surrounded by the farm-house feel of the Vintager Inn. Rolling fields, barns and outbuildings dotting the landscape, and active vineyards within view all contribute to the ambiance of Rachel and Steven’s wedding day.