It was the perfect May wedding at the Reed family farm, acres upon acres as far as the eye could see, a beautiful oak tree where the ceremony was set, and the dance floor was a covered carport where if there was a chance of rain, the party could still go on.
Even though it was our first wedding this season, there was something that grounded us, brought us back to what KB is. Those long winter days had us dreaming of big venues, with floor to ceiling florals, how bigger must always be better. But Landon and Julia brought us back, back to where simple is just as good and maybe even better than those big thoughts we dreamed of all winter. That the story behind her parent’s wedding china, or the antique sweetheart table that’s been in the family for decades is so special.
Neither of them cared what the day actually looked like, all they wanted was to be married. That in the likelihood of rain they would just move all the living room furniture and get married by the fireplace. The simplicity of that is what keeps KB grounded. We thrive off challenges and hard pressed timelines but it was relaxing to feel like home and be surrounded by people who feel like family.
To Julia and Landon,
We wish you many years of happiness, memories, and lots of homemade bread. That the farm becomes a place in the chaos of life that you two can go, sit on the porch and come back to simple. Congratulations again, you’ve been a blessing to us.
Day of coordinator: KB Events & Design
Catering: Mission Catering Co.
Rentals: A Family Affair
Photographer: Kirstie Whitaker
Videography: Vid Monster
DJ: Team B Mobile DJ (DJ Mikey)
Ceremony music: SoKY Cellos