Every wedding we shoot at the Barn at Forevermore Farm seems to be better than the last, and Carly and Andrew’s was no exception!

How They Met:

Andrew and I have grown up together in church and school. Our family’s went to eat together after church on Sunday’s at Kanpai when I was about 3-4 years old. My parents had Andrew in two year old Sunday School at church and Andrew’s parents had me in school and Awanas. In 2016, we met again and fell in love unexpectedly. Neither one of us saw this coming, and it has been one of the best things to happen to us.

The Proposal:

Andrew proposed to me at Caesars Head State Park on one of the lookouts on October 15, 2017. I had no idea it was coming, considering I had just woken up from a nap. I got in the car (his grandpa’s Corvette) with messy hair and makeup all over my sweater, just assuming we were going for a ride in the Corvette. We got out at the park to climb the rocks and go down on a trail. I was leaning over looking at the view when I turned down to Andrew on one knee. Of course I said yes! Later we met our family for dinner and celebrated.

Andrew’s face lit up as soon as he saw Carly coming down that aisle.

The Barn at Forevermore Farm wedding ceremony was perfect.

Our night continued with DJ James Thomas introducing the new Mr & Mrs. James was a blast and the guests loved him.

Chef Tim Holmes outdid himself again another wonderful catering arrangement. The Cake provided by Lee Ann Turner was beautiful and delicious.

Our night came to a close photographing the couple leaving with a Sparkler Exit!

Special thanks to the vendors that made the day a huge success!

Officiant: Mark and Leah Pangel
Cake Vendor: Lee Ann Turner
Hair Stylist: Kristin Mathias
Make Up Artist: Heather Hartsoe
Wedding Dress Vendor: The Dress
DJ or Band: James Thomas
Event Rentals: Holmes Catering
Caterer of Food: Holmes Catering
Videography: Famzing