Chelsea & Mike has a beautifully minimalist farm wedding! Everything element held meaning for the couple, making their big day that much more special. We particularly love their vintage mug escort cards and their handmade glass favors! From the Photographer : When Chelsea and Mike were planning their wedding, they knew they wanted it to be unique in every aspect. They chose a private cutting horse ranch owned by a family friend as their venue of choice . All the horses were moved out of the main barn in order to set up the gorgeous single row table setting. All dinner settings and coffee mugs were collected over the course of a year from local thrift stores and antique fairs. The glasses were made by the bride and groom themselves out of old wine bottles. Afghans adorning the hay bales were hand made and the cake was the work of Chelsea’s grandmother who has recently passed. She used some of her mother’s jewelry and father’s handkerchiefs as special mementos to honor her family. They kept the bridal party intimate with just Chelsea’s sister and Mike’s best man to stand in for their union. A close family friend read Dr. Suess’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” while the bride’s grandmother did a sentimental reading. The reception room was adorned with lights and candles as they celebrated their evening with loved ones. We would like to thank the ever-so-talented BluElla Photography for bringing this wedding to us!