A magical setting in the mountains of Western North Carolina was the backdrop for this stunning couple to say their “I do’s.” The bride’s family farm was full of good memories, natural beauty and a place that was near and dear to their family and friends. “The land has been worked by my ancestors for generations and is truly a testament of God’s creative hand,” said Becky. They spent the day in separate buildings on property surrounded by their loved ones getting ready to celebrate the most important day of their lives.
Becky made her entrance to marry the man of her dreams by horse and carriage with her loving father. Walking down he aisle looking at all of her friends and families smiling faces, but most importantly looking into the eyes of the man that she was going to call her husband was Becky’s true vision for this special day. Becky and Patrick stood in front of a stunning hand made alter from the trees on property to say their vows. You could just feel the love all around when they were announced for the very first time as husband and wife. What a joyous day for these two families as they joined together to watch this sacred blessing of marriage between a man and a women that couldn’t be more perfect for one another.
Burnette Family Farm
The details were carefully planned and created by the bride and her little elves. Becky styled the flowers, created cozy sitting areas and planned a warm and inviting reception in a new space her father built to house his blacksmith shop. The day was filled with laughter and smiles celebrating this newly married couple. And after walking off into the sunset as husband and wife, Becky and Patrick traveled across the country to enjoy the beauty of another setting of mountains before starting their life together back home in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
Venue: The Burnette Family Farm
Catering: Scott Page
Hair and Make-up Artist: Bride’s Best Friend
Officiant: Pastor at Dutch Cove Baptist Church
DJ: Sound Extreme
Event Coordinator: Norman Warren
Cake Artist: Rita Gregg