“In the flush of love’s light, we dare to be brave. And suddenly we see that love costs us all we are, and will ever be. Yet it is only love which sets us free.” –Maya Angelou
She has a quiet strength, beautiful and reserved. A pretty smile on her face with a gun on her hip. He was “the one friend they thought would never get married,” but he is sweet natured and wears his love for her on his sleeve. Between the country blues, cowboy boots, and cheery sunflowers, this day was riddled with lots of big personalities and laughter, precious moments, and love.
Old Zion Church amongst Lancaster County farmland was a first for us. We did not know what we had been missing out on as we all approached the 200 year old structure; small, but with enough character to last a lifetime. High ceilings and an antique chandelier were enough to make all in attendance step back and appreciate the simple things in life. With a sweet and sincere ceremony, Alex and Jen vowed their love to each other for the rest of their days.
The reception was bright and cheery, complete with mason jar wine glasses, country music, and the best homecooked barbecue possibly ever!
We are excited to share Alex and Jen’s country wedding with you on the blog today!