Today’s sweet farm wedding with sunflowers was sent to us by Imthiaz Houseman. It’s full of great details that are completely approachable and doable. We love the bright yellow flower colors used in the bouquets. The lovely reception was held at Brooke’s family barn in Colorado.
Imthiaz said: “Brooke and Seth knew what they wanted for their day and they made it happen. They made their wedding day a family affair because they always put family first. It was laid back and stress free!”
This ringshot is special because Brooke and Seth both wear rings passed down from family members. Seth’s is from his father, who passed away when Seth was ten, and Brooke’s is from her grandmother, who passed away a few years ago.
Since family is so important to Brooke and Seth, they made sure to include their family by pinning up pictures from every generation to decorate the gift table.
The food sounds absolutely delicious. The guests enjoyed ice cream bars, cornbread, and chili from Rainbow Restaurant in Northern Colorado.
The centerpieces were mason jars filled with sunflowers and wheat and tied with raffia, done by Palmers Flowers and Decorating.
Since Seth is a beekeeper, Brooke and Seth gave out little jars of honey as favors.
Brooke and Seth started off their married life with a rainbow! How special is that?
Thank you to Adam and Imthiaz for sharing their photography!