When I first met my husband, we used to take long walks with our dogs in the woods behind the farm. We had a loop we would walk that the dogs loved; lots of unfenced woods to romp in, a creek we crossed twice, and a pond we always stopped at where they could swim. The pond was at the bottom of the back pasture of a gorgeous piece of property that was owned by an old friend of David’s. Every day when we stopped there, I would think to myself how picture perfect the pasture was and what a beautiful setting it would be for a wedding. Fast forward several years….and it’s now a wedding venue! It’s called The Little Herb House and you can actually have your ceremony down in that same exact pasture we used to walk through years ago! I had the privilege of shooting the wedding of Sandy and Dan, who were actually the very first couple to get married in the pasture location!
Before the ceremony though, we did getting ready and first look shots. I love this shot of Sandy’s dress hanging outside in one of the beautiful gardens:
And first look:
And another one of the beautiful bride:
And now for the ceremony. Isn’t this pasture just perfect?
Of course we had to do portraits down in the pasture as well:
The reception was in the barn. It was almost surreal how different it looked from when our friend, Charlie, kept his horses and airplanes in it!
And then the party started….