Katie and Curtis could not have asked for a more perfect June afternoon for their wedding day. Not only because the weather was perfect, but because everyone they loved were together for their quaint rustic event. Her lace dress was a perfect fit, the bridesmaids wore navy dresses they chose on their own, and the bride also borrowed her sister’s bouquet made completely of cotton fabric roses. The two shared a sweet and short ceremony in a beautiful old church followed by a reception at the bride’s home in her front yard. The lawn was filled with simple tables and everyone bought their own chairs to sit and enjoy the company of each other. Some of the sweetest details included the personalized photo station of memories of their years growing up and together. The bridal table sat below a tree with hanging ribbons and candle lanterns. Their friends and family enjoyed some fantastic barbeque from local restaurant The Fishin Pig, and were served a variety of cookies made by the family served with fresh milk from the farm. It truly was a relaxing and enjoyable day for Katie and Curtis who just adore each other completely.