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  • Writer's pictureSamantha Radandt

Hannah and Jason

Hannah and Jason got married at Hopkins Farm in early March.

Hannah and her ladies got ready in the bridal suite at the Farm.

B & R Events and rsvp arrived to help Tri-County Rentals set up at the gazebo for the ceremony. The ceremony was officiated by Jim Pitts.

Due to a pending rain forecast- we worked with Tri-County and their awesome owners to add a tent to the pavilion

Hannah and Jason had their first look before the ceremony. The magic in that moment was breathtaking as the couple got ready to start the rest of their lives. Hannah's bouquet was from Twigs Florist and had an array of light pink and white flowers.

Local Cue's chef arrived at the farm with food and plates for cocktail hour and buffet dinner.

The centerpieces were a collection of brass items collected by Hannah and her mother. B & R Events added rosebuds and candles.

We added interest to the pavilion by draping the ceiling and adding a fabric wall to protect their guests from the elements.

Blue Bird Bakehouse brought a classic and elegant cake with a cake topper that resembled antlers. It was the perfect way to tie in a country feel, as well as the cowboy boots all the bridesmaids wore.

DJ Adam Capps with Elite Entertainment kept everyone on the dance floor moving and grooving all night.

Matthew Pautz Photography captured the entire wedding beautifully. At the end of the day, Hannah and Jason had a sparkler send off which gave the day that extra spark to tie up the entire wedding.

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