Adrienne and Stephen

Outdoor Sophistication

Venue: The Inn at Fernbrook Farms

Sophisticated wedding dresses have a new meaning when the bride is such a stunner! Adrienne had selected a classic gown that complimented her style, as well as the romantic wedding theme for the day. With her bridesmaids in a unique shade of dusty blue, and her grooms and his groomsmen in gray, outdoor sophistication is an understatement.

In the middle of July, Adrienne and Stephen got married at The Inn at Fernbrook Farms. Being a private home allowed the bride and groom to get ready on site along with their family members and wedding party. As prep continued, the luxury wedding reception was being put together just outside under the clear top tent.

Glam wedding decor and details included dusty blue glassware, clear chargers with gold beading, and a a ceiling installation of greenery. The tables were all round except for the sibling table where our couple sat with their brothers and sisters during the reception.

Once everyone was ready, Adrienne and Stephen had their romantic first look outside on the farm. With plenty of places to choose from, the photographers traveled with them as well as their parents and wedding party for different photo locations. At the completion of photos, the ketubah was signed and the wedding ceremony began on the lawn.

Cocktail hour took place in the sundial garden where lawn games were available for all of the guests. As the sun began to drop, the wedding reception began under the tent. We paused for a moment to capture that golden hour for the best wedding photos ever before coming back for dinner and dancing.

Once the sun was down the outdoor sophistication only increased as a ceiling of tiny white lights went on above the entire reception space. Our couple along with their guests danced the rest of the night away surrounded by glam wedding decor and plenty of luxury wedding details.

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Photographer: Pat Furey Photography/Claire Loves Love