We are absolutely in love with today’s gorgeous country wedding by An Endless Pursuit! The picture of the groom seeing his bride for the first time is by far our favorite. :) We can’t do the pictures justice, so we’ll let someone who was there describe them a bit better!
From the bride, Libby: “George and I were married at the Agricultural History Farm Park in Derwood, MD. George is a fourth generation farmer and I have worked the business with him for six years now. George and I had a few requests for our wedding day; one was that all of the food be local and if possible produced on our farm, and two that all of our guests and loved ones felt comfortable and relaxed. The ceremony was under an enormous oak tree with ball mason jars filled with pale shades of wild flowers hanging from the branches, swaying in the breeze in the back yard overlooking the corn field. The guests meandered over to the large red barn for cocktail hour while a six piece band played bluegrass and other rustic fare. No seating chart was implemented for dinner, we all sat were we saw fit and our dear friends from “The Clementine” served us produce and meats from our farm, on heaping platters, family style. After our local and sustainable meal our guests headed back to the barn for dancing and desert composed of home made, country style pies and Zahradka Farm blend Zeke’s Coffee. Our special day far exceeded our expectations!”