Chelsea and Trevor are a couple that have spent their education and their adult lives in the service of others. Their choices of career are not for the weak of heart and not for the uncommitted, what they do is tough work. However, I can proudly tell you that the secret to living a life like that is to balance it out and wow, Chelsea and Trevor had no trouble having fun and cutting loose on their wedding day! Every couple plans the details, finds the great venues and hopefully the best vendors but not all couples can take a step back on their actual wedding and just enjoy what they have worked so hard for. I know Chelsea and Trevor did this. I know because I was in standing in a cornfield with them and Chelsea had no idea where her shoes were and Trever had no idea where his tie was… If that is not a perfect example of how to enjoy your wedding on farm, I do not know what one is.
Chelsea and Trevor, I am so proud that I got to be a small part of your day! Keep going hard at what you do. Be proud of what you do. And when you are tired and stressed, lose the shoes, lose the tie and just go for a walk in the cornfield with each other.
Caterer: ABC Catering
Dress: Bridal Elegance
Suit/Tux: Men’s Warehouse
Hair and Make-up: B. Elliott Salon
DJ: Luxe Productions
Videographer: Vixen Productions
Cake: By the Dozen Bakery
Flowers: Merlin’s Floral
Officiant: Mike Schmidt