Eventi kicked off the 2015 Fall wedding season with Sarrah and Casey's chic, vintage-inspired outdoor wedding at a popular Massachusetts venue, the Meadow at Red Ridge Farm.
An outdoor ceremony with a tented reception on a sunny, beautiful, blue-skied September day, the wedding featured a blend of rustic charm with vintage elegance--from a linen and quilt covered hay bale couch to gold rimmed wineglasses, hand-made "direction" sign to antique embroidered linen napkins, this wedding was full of special touches and fun elements.
Farm tables were decorated with floor length ivory linens, and lined down the middle with vases of varying size and shape, filled with flowers from a local farm. Place settings were comprised of mismatched antique plates and silverware, beautiful and unique linen napkins and guest "thank you" cards.
Keeping the guests dancing was DJ Nick of 8.2.7 Productions.
Twine strung between white ladders held place cards and served as the couple's seating chart.
Retired military, the bride's father walked her down the aisle in his dress uniform to where the groom's father was waiting to perform their ceremony. The procession was accompanied by music from fiddler, Amara.
Food and Drink
The event was catered by The Wooden Spoon Catering Company. Owner Krisztina Perron and her staff treated guests to classic BBQ fare - whole roasted pig, coleslaw, loaded baked potato salad, mac & cheese, and cornbread.
Dessert was a true treat - the caterer's secret family recipe - Hungarian apple strudel. Guests were also invited to gather around the bonfire and make their own s'mores.
A late night snack of pulled pork sliders were passed around for guests who had worked up an appetite tearing it up on the dance floor.
Bartending services provided by Boston's Best Bartending Services.
The Fun Stuff
The couple made sure their guests had fun and celebrated in style. The farm grounds were scattered with attractions for guests, including lawn games built by the groom...corn hole, giant jenga, a photobooth made of antique doors (again built by the handy groom), and a cigar bar.
The cigar bar was a huge hit...even late into the night.
A hay bale couch and crate full of flip flops next to the dance floor provided guests a place to rest or exchange footwear in between dances.
Congratulations to the newlyweds, Sarrah and Casey!
Rena Dandurant, owner of Eventi Planning & Coordination.