erica & andrew {married} | outdoor wedding photos

When we first consulted with Erica about her wedding plans we immediately sensed that this girl really had her priorities in order. She mentioned how she wasn’t interested in getting caught up in all the details and that the most significant thing to her was the actual union of her and Andrew.  She told us how much God played an integral role in their lives and how every part of the day she wanted to be about worship, about their commitment to one another, and their commitment to God.  Immediately we thought, this girl really gets it! And that’s exactly how it felt when the day finally arrived.

Yes there were a lot of amazing details spread throughout the Grandparents farm located in Boone, NC. And there was even a nod to the royal wedding with trees in the barn/ceremony site inspired by those now famous trees in the cathedral. Buddy Fore of Grouse Moor Catering, an absolute genius in the area’s realm of event planning, catering, and decorating took care of all the details so that Erica didn’t have to.

From the gorgeous and perfectly fitted Pronovias gown to the worship ceremony with full communion, to the sparkler send off in a horse drawn carriage, every moment was simply breath-taking. We wish this happy couple a lifetime of moments just like these.

Take a look!

In case you missed Erica’s stunning high fashion bridal session, click here.
To view images from Erica and Andrew’s engagement session at the US National Whitewater Center click here.

Catering, Flowers, and Decor: Buddy Fore of Grouse Moor Catering
Dress: Pronovias from Lily Rose Bridal in Cornelius, NC
Location: Family Farm in Boone, NC
Photography: Pixels On Paper
Photo Booth: Shutter Booth Charlotte
Wedding Day Coordinator: Melissa Riley

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