Kelsey & Glen got married on a working farm! Her parents’ farm, tucked away on a lush rolling parcel of Maine. Can you tell I loved this wedding?! It was so beautiful and as fun as it looks. Here are some of the details of this wonderful family affair:

      • Kelsey’s mother made the veil and boutonnieres, her grandmother did the bouquets and flower arrangements in mason jars
      • Glen’s uncle built the arbor out of white cedar from his land in Maine, which he had stripped, dried and shaped
      • Glen rode to the ceremony in a 1925 Rickenbacker. Kelsey’s grandfather restores vintage cars. The other car he brought to the farm was a 1906 Stanley Steemer
      • Another of Glen’s uncles and his cousin played acoustic guitars for our ceremony music
      • Two Belgian draft horses pulled the bride and her bridesmaids to the ceremony
      • Kelsey’s father married them
      • Kelsey’s cousin did the chalkboards that detailed the menus and games
      • Glen cut the signs from pieces of scrap wood from the farm and one of the groomsmen, painted the signs and table number
      • Family and friends baked batches of their favorite cookies for the dessert table
      • Kelsey made the cake
      • Her brother – a real cowboy! – frosted and decorated it
      • Kelsey surprised Glen with friends from the a cappella group he founded in college. That might have been my favorite part of the evening. There was an Irish ballad that made me shed a little tear, it was lovely and sad and beautifully sung.
      Style Me Pretty just featured Kelsey & Glen’s wedding yesterday! Head over to see even more pictures.

      There are some amazing shots at this wedding! Love the tutu and cowboy boots!