Joe pinched himself. He couldn’t believe the day had come and he was about to turn around to see his beaming bride Jackie. Maybe it was nervousness or maybe it felt to good to be true and he was afraid to wake from this dream. Thankfully it wasn’t a dream!
After 6 years Jackie and Joe finally decided to tie the knot out in the country at Conrad Botzum Farmstead. Both were heavily involved in the wedding planning process and gained a lot of inspiration from the 1940s. A lot of the details were hand made including the different signs that Joe painted himself. While rain was looming in the forecast all day and made some appearances, we still managed to get great images near and around the farm.
We had the privilege of working with a couple new “somethings” for this Akron wedding. Something White is where Jackie purchased her dress after they created a custom design for her based on 2 different dresses. The team there is so nice and one of the ladies even stopped by before the ceremony to lend the bride some boots and an umbrella. How sweet is that? Is was also fun to see Something New Entertainment in action with the Bluegrass/Appalachian playlist which was a perfect fit for the couple. They went above and beyond in making sure the day went smoothly.
And Genevieve’s favorites: