- Feb 13
- 1 min read
Haddock | Pogue Wedding
Meet our bride and groom: Kristan and Quinn
Their indoor fall wedding was an absolute dream. They chose Greenleaf Barn because of "the outside peacefulness and the welcoming appearance."
The barn inspired their wedding decor. "I love floral so we had lots of floral and greenery which was perfect with the venue."
Our mobile ball all dolled up made the perfect self serving drink station for guests.
With the front doors open, Kristan glowed walking down the aisle.
The bride and groom completed a unity braid during the ceremony. The "cord of three strands" ceremony symbolizes the joining of one man, one woman, and God into a marriage relationship. "By keeping Him at the center of your marriage, His love will continue to bind you together as one throughout your marriage."
Our new alcove space made a beautiful backdrop for guests to take photos.
Guests enjoyed games during the reception including the popular "shoe game'. The bride and groom are asked questions such as "Who is the pickier eater?" or "Who has the better shower singing voice?" The bride and groom then each answer the questions by raising their partner's shoe if it describes their tendencies or their own shoe if it represents their own.
Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Haddock!
Photography | Chandler Dunlap Photography
DJ | Rebirth DJs
Videography | Couch Creations