Annie + Andrew: A Homespun Farm Wedding

Jan 18

I am so excited about today’s wedding, because the bride, Annie, is a longtime reader. The wedding she and Andrew planned is the definition of sweet and intimate. Andrew, an executive chef in New York City, even prepared the food himself! Both Minnesota natives who coincidentally met in Philly at the airport while traveling back to their home of New York, they celebrated with 30 of their closest loved ones at a farm that has been in Andrew’s family for generations. It was important to them to make their wedding personal so every detail is a reflection of them – the year of the wine they served was the year they met and songs performed by the cellists were pieces Annie used to play as a competitive violinist. All of the tableware, silverware, quilts and furniture were antiques and family heirlooms. Annie even made the invitations using handkerchiefs she tracked down at the Brooklyn Flea Market. I just love every pretty little detail and I know you will, too.

Vendors –
Paper goods and ribbons: Kate’s Paperie / Wedding dress: BGBG Max Azaria / Tailor: Ellen Canali of Ellen’s Couture / Bride’s shoes: Filippa Scott (London) / Floral design: Nature’s Touch Floral (Nisswa, MN) / Groom’s suit: Joseph A. Bank / Groom’s shoes: Dockers / Photography: Becca Dilley / Handkerchiefs: Brooklyn Flea Market / Musicians: Mill City String Quartet / Tableware: Borrowed from family and friends

{Photos by Becca Dilley.}

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