First off, this was a great couple to work with. They were young but still very classy and mature. The wedding decorations were done by Ali herself. They were amazingly well thought out and very creative. She was going for the rustic barn theme and she nailed it on the head. As for Micah, his friendly demeanor and sense of humor kept everything fun and interesting. He is a military man as well so we just want to give honor where honor is due. Here’s their story.
It all started with this couple getting prepped and ready in the farm house at Bruentrup Heritage Farm. Their coordinator was Tricia Duffney of Little Farm Girl. She took care of the overall event flow and details.
After getting ready and taking some wedding party photos, it was time for the ceremony. As shown in the photos, you can see Ali’s attention to detail and creative side from her rustic themed decor. Also, this couple was able to enjoy the benefits of having live music for their ceremony celebration.
After the ceremony, it was time to take more pictures. Flowers and bouquets were provided by Lakeside Floral out of Willernie, MN. For the guests, there was some down time with fun games to play.
Next, it was time for the couple’s grand entrance where they made their way into the barn to the song “Marry You” by Bruno Mars. After that, it was time for a quick prayer before dinner. Catering was provided by Deb Manley and her team. They served BBQ ribs, baked potatoes, assorted vegetables and more. After dinner, Micah & Ali had fun cutting their cake provided by Bread Art.
Next, it was time for speeches where best man Luke made the couple play the infamous shoe game. After speeches, it was Micah & Ali got to share in their first dance as a married couple to the song “I Don’t Dance” by Lee Brice.
After their first dance, Ali and her dad DJ shared in a father daughter dance to “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Elvis. Then Micah and his mom Kari danced to the song, “Humble & Kind” by Tim McGraw. After these two dances, Micah & Ali decided to have an “all parents dance” where they Ali’s mom and Micah’s dad. They danced to the song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole.
Finally, it was time to party! Dance music was provided by yours truly, Adagio, only the highest class, most professional DJs around 😉
After dancing for a while, the couple was ready to do their bouquet and garter toss. For the bouquet toss, Ali picked the song “Single Ladies” by Beyonce and for the garter toss Micah chose the song “Pony” by Ginuwine.
Then of course…there was more dancing!
To finalize the night these two made their grand exit through a tunnel of sparklers!
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