June 5, 2019
There’s something about early Summer weddings. Everything feels so fresh and bright. This was certainly the case for Leah and Carter’s big day this past weekend at The Daisy Farm here in Jefferson City. Leah and Carter have a love story that spans several states, and they are high school sweethearts, which is how all my favorite love stories start. They met in Maryland and then made a long distance romance work as Carter finished his engineering degree in Colorado and Leah began graduate school for theatre in Texas. Two years ago, Carter proposed at Mount Vernon, overlooking the Potamac River in Washington, Virginia.
With Leah’s family now living in Missouri and their family and friends spread far and wide across the country, they decided to plan a gorgeous wedding here in Missouri to bring everyone together. It’s easy to tell how important family and friends are to this couple and how appreciative they are of the love and support they have in their lives as they start this new chapter together.
There were so many beautiful details about this day. You can see how much time, love, and attention went into planning this celebration. Certainly not an easy feat with everyone living in different states! Scott and I truly enjoyed getting to know this family. We’re always so impressed with how kind, considerate, and friendly the clients we work with are, and this family was no exception. The day was fun from start to finish. This was evidenced by their reception where the dance floor was pack non stop from beginning until end. It was such a joy to see so many people happy to help this couple start their lives together.
Leah and Carter, congratulations again on your marriage! Scott and I are thrilled for you- may you have many years of happiness and adventures ahead of you!
Venue: The Daisy Farm
Dress: Belle Mariee Bridal Boutique
Hair: Vanessa Stuckenschneider
Groom’s Attire: Savvi Formal Wear
Florals: Laurel Vossen
Entertainment: Bill Farr Around the Clock Mobile DJ
Catering: Argyle Catering
Cake: Billy Sue Mahon