A rich fall palette of navy and rust set the backdrop for this gorgeous fall barn wedding, featuring an adorably in love bride and groom, Lydia and Benjamin. Photographed by Deb Kepiro of Annie Sharp Photography, the celebration was held at White Chimneys in Gap, Pennsylvania.
“The details that caught my eye the most were the repeated details which bring any wedding together,” says Deb. “Pheasant feathers were in the bridal bouquet, the details of decorations in the reception area, as well as the cake cutting table. Rust and navy colors were repeated from florals to ribbons to again table linens in the reception. The reception details were very simple but absolute perfection. Copper accents could be found all through the reception details and bar area.”
But what detail stood out the most? The love that these two have for each other.
“He’s the best friend I have ever had,” says Lydia. “He is always encouraging me and challenging me; he makes everything better just because he’s there. I feel completely at ease whenever he’s with me. Walking down the aisle, it really hit me that I was finally getting to marry this man who I had loved since I was 16 years old. I was overwhelmed with joy and happiness. ”
Adds Benjamin: “We absolutely love spending time with one another, and there is no one I would rather share an activity with. Lydia is an incredibly kind and compassionate person, and she just gets me like nobody else can. She understands my thoughts and my struggles and she loves me so much anyway. Lastly, I think she is the most beautiful girl on planet Earth!”
Ben and Lydia, thanks so much for sharing your gorgeous wedding day with us!
Venue: White Chimneys
Photography: Annie Sharp Photography
Florals: Pearls & Petals Designs
Catering: Grandpa’s Country Catering
Entertainment: Lisa Landis-Blowers
Bridal Boutique: Blush Bridal
Makeup: Shades of Blush Studio
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