Before you begin to read this post, turn up your volume, click below, and scroll slowly through the images for the full experience! 🙂
On this Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d share a beautiful wedding with you.
Last fall, I was blessed to be the mother of this gorgeous bride.
The rustic chic wedding took place at an amazing restored barn in High Valley, Oregon.
To me, it was magical.
There wasn’t a breath of wind and the setting sunlight was slightly orange as Katie and her dad emerged from the barn, while an old time waltz, played by Evie and Rick Mugrage on fiddle and guitar, echoed off the surrounding hills and mountains.
(I cry just thinking of it).
She looked stunning with the barn, the blue sky, and the green grass as her backdrop.
Happy Valentine’s Day!!!!
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The music made this presentation even more special to view. Your daughter is absolutely beautiful! Thank you for sharing your daughter’s wedding on this Valentine’s day.
Oh, I’m so glad you enjoyed the music! That was the waltz that Evie and Rick played while Katie and her dad came down the aisle!
The emotion on Katie’s father’s face as they were walking down the aisle brought tears to my eyes. The music Evie and Rick played was so special. My husband and I had our wedding in a park many moons ago, and we had a group playing baroque music. We had a small wedding, with only 50 people attending, and that included guests and family! Our caterer cancelled on us a week before the wedding, so everyone helped make the food. One of my bridesmaids cancelled the day before because her boyfriend (later husband) forbid her to attend (he was extremely jealous). Weddings always bring unexpected surprises.
Awwww. Thanks mom. And we couldn’t have made the day as beautiful as it was without your help! Happy Vday to you!
What are you trying to do to me?! I don’t even know your daughter and these lovely pictures with that music made me cry my eyes out! What a beautiful day. Thank you for sharing. I love the ‘spread the love’ favours too! :’)
Thanks for checking it out! I just wanted everyone to feel like they were there. As soon as they started to play at the wedding, I was reduced to mush. There’s something about that fiddle music……
Beautiful bride, beautiful music, beautiful wedding!
What a beautiful day, you did an amazing job!
Thanks, Penny! I can’t wait to see the pictures from Kyle and Theresa’s wedding!
LOVE LOVE LOVE IT !
That wedding looks GORGEOUS! So fun!!! Thank you so much for becoming a new follower! I’ll follow you back, looking forward to it! 🙂
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This is wonderful. Love it. You did a great job momma. Beautiful wedding.
Just a heads up. Anonymous was me! doh.
I love this idea.
Thanks Char! I can’t wait to see Travis and Shonda’s pictures.I bet they’re beautiful!!!!
Everything looks so lovely – congratulations to your daughter!
What a gorgeous wedding! The love, joy, and thrill of a new life together are so apparent, as are how proud you are as a mamma:) Thank you for sharing this with me and I look forward to learning about more of your DIY ideas now that I am a follower!
I’m so glad you enjoyed it! I’m excited to see what you have in store as well!
Love it! Thanks for pointing it out to me. I absolutely love the low-keyness of the whole thing. Beautiful couple and congrats on the new little one!
Thanks and I hope you were able to hear the music, too.
Yes I was!