Pops of bright yellow and bubble gum at this vintage farmhouse wedding at Arizona's Chapel At The Farm

Updated Oct 12 2015
Photos by: Jacquelyn Phillips Photography
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Lizzy and Jake got married in Chapel at the Farm's vintage farm house venue.
Chapel at the Farm's 1920s Vintage Shabby Chic Farmhouse Chapel.

Lizzy and Jake got engaged on a family farm in Minnesota. It was no surprise that, when hunting through Phoenix-area wedding venues, they fell in love with our sponsor Chapel at the Farm — a small 1920s vintage farmhouse in Gilbert, Arizona.

These two wanted a wedding day filled with laughter, playfulness, and heart-warming touches. Their wedding day included a lot of personal details like family heirlooms, favorite candies, and this handkerchief, hand-made for the groom, with a special message…

hand made details at Chapel at the Farm
Chapel at the Farm's owner, Reverend Amy Miller, tells us that Lizzy's bracelet was found by her mom in an old shoe box — it was the last gift given to her grandmother by her grandfather before he passed.
Chapel at the Farm has tons of awesome spaces for fun photo shoots.
I love how the groom's bright yellow suspenders matched the brides yellow shoes.
Bubble gum is the couples' favorite.
Bubble gum is the couples' favorite.
Chapel At The Farm wedding
Chapel at the Farm has lots of awesome locations for varied photo backdrops.
Chapel at the Farm has lots of awesome locations for varied photo backdrops.
The "just married" sign was courtesy of Chapel at the Farm. Check out all the fun wedding day props they have to offer.

chapel at the farmThanks to our sponsor, Chapel at the Farm, for sending this wedding our way.

Chapel at the Farm is a Gilbert, Arizona venue for vintage farmhouse weddings. Their goal is to make your wedding day as simple and stress-free as possible — "from bling to cowboy boots and everything in-between."

Check out Chapel at the Farm's website for more information on their dog and horse-friendliness, and their free military weddings!

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