When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

November 16 2016 | bijouxandbits  
Photos by: Lovesick
When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)
Photos by Lovesick

Justin and Lauren are from Qatar and came home to Justin's family farm for their wedding. The whole farm was featured at the wedding from one of the most rad altars we've ever seen (the family made it out of found wood), to the backyard cocktail party, and then the tented reception. Guests were ferried around on the back of a tractor and the paths were lit with string lights. Oh, and prepare to swoon: Lauren came in to her ceremony on a white horse escorted by her dad, which was a total surprise to Justin.

Stay on high alert for the best teary groom shot!

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this New Jersey farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

When a bride rolls up on a white horse (or how we LOVED this farm wedding)

Vendors

Photography: Lovesick • Wedding planning: Kyle Michelle Weddings • Rentals: Magpie Vintage Rentals • Catering: Joshua's Catering • Flowers: Faye and Renee Florals • Tents: Under Canvas Events

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    • The simplicity of all that is mentioned above and most beautiful of all the poster reading "All You Need is Love" made it a very beautiful and uniquely arranged wedding.

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