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Julie & Keith

August 28th, 2022


This weekend brought us back to Pond View Farm for yet another gorgeous wedding! If you’ve been following me for a while, you will know that Pond View is where I got married as well so I hold it near and dear to my heart. Especially since it’s just days after my 4th wedding anniversary! But enough about me, and more about the most adorable couple Julie & Keith!

As soon as I arrived, along with the flowers and ambiance, Julie immediately felt the magnitude of the day that was finally happening! She was thrilled to be marrying Keith and if you look closely, you can spot her sporting “Mrs” on the nail of her ring finger. Julie has the most amazing support system too. Her hair, makeup, and cake were all done by people who love her and Keith. What a lucky couple!

During the Ceremony, Julie and Keith had their mother’s assist in a hand tying tradition which has such a beautiful meaning. Many people ask me for suggestions on making their Ceremony or Reception unique and this is one tradition that I felt was really special. To spice up their reception, they played the drinking game “Thunder.” If you’ve ever played this game, you know it’s a BLAST and it really got a lot of guests out on the dance floor. Although not pictured, another unique touch to the reception was the late night snacks. From pizza to s’mores, there was so much to choose from ensuring that no guest left hungry and all were satisfied with the options.

Julie and Keith had an AMAZING wedding and I’m so happy that I got to be a part of it!

Congrats Mr. and Mrs. McFadden!


Photographer: Kayla Carter Photography

Venue: Pond View Farm

Day-Of Planner: Coordinating by Lindsey

Florist: Hiddenvale Flowers

DJ: Jenny Z Mobile DJ Service

Hair / Makeup: Cooper Grace Hair and Makeup

Cake: Amanda Abate

Catering / Bartending: Pond View Farm

Dresses: Twice Upscale Resale & Azazie

Suits: Men’s Warehouse

Stationary: Minted

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