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Wedding Wednesday: The Kinser Wedding

Jared & Morgan Kinser | September 21, 2013 | Photography by Deana Fleenor Photography

Hometown sweethearts Jared and Morgan believe their prayers were answered when finding one another. Though they attended the same high school, the couple didn't really connect until years later when Morgan ran into him at her father's office where Jared worked. Their first date was in 2006, but the timing wasn't quite right, so it wasn't until 2013 when they realized they were truly meant to be. Timing was definitely right on May 4 when Jared proposed to Morgan on her grandparents' wedding anniversary just like her grandmother suggested. Because of the couple's faith, they knew they wanted their wedding to be focused on two things: God and fun. They made sure to tie in these elements throughout their vintage, rustic ceremony and reception. Morgan walked down the aisle with her father on one side and brother on the other to the Christian song "The Day Before You" by Matthew West, which she says had the perfect lyrics for the occasion. The ceremony and reception were both held on her parents' farm despite the rain beforehand, and guests were encouraged to come in comfortable attire. Her family built the arch, which she and Jared stood under during the wedding, and her mother and father strung the lights in their barn where the reception was held. The bridesmaids wore an array of muted pink and neutral colors, which tied in with the cream and peach flowers displayed in the Mason jar centerpieces. Guests took home candy and caramel apples as well as a jar of honey with a tag that said "Jared and Morgan meant to bee" as favors. After their wedding day that Morgan describes as "nothing short of perfect," the couple honeymooned in St. Lucia.

Be sure to see the Kinser wedding on page 118 of the second issue of bridebook!

Photography: Deana Fleenor Photography
Dress: David's Bridal
Florist: The Find, Sandra Horn
Cake: Sandra Horn
Venue: C&M Farms
Caterer: Grate Escape
Jewelry: Jared
DJ: DJ Express
Attendants' Dresses: Etsy
Groomsmen's Attire: Lalondes Bridal
Videographer: Milestone Pictures
Hair: Rock, Paper, Scissors Salon

Wedding Wednesday: The Tice Wedding

Justin & Ashley Tice | August 31, 2013 | Photography by Tiffany Maxfield Photography

Justin and Ashley first met in high school. A month after they had a class together, he asked her to prom and the rest was history. For his proposal, Justin had a little help from their cat, Bella. He'd made dinner for Ashley and as she talked about her day, she bent down to say hi to Bella and noticed a piece of her baby blanket on the cat's neck. Her gorgeous ring was attached and before he could even ask, she shouted "Yes!" Ashley describes her favorite moment of the wedding when she walked down the aisle towards her future husband. The preacher read a poem in honor of her father, while her brother gave her away; she wiped away Justin's tears and cried with him and she knew that was the happiest moment of her life. Many of the details of their wedding were handmade, including signs and borrowed antique furniture and china. Ashley spent months thrift store shopping and crafting, plus her bridal party helped with calligraphy and more. An old door was made into a chalkboard for the dinner menu, while an old frame became a chalkboard wedding program. Ashley's favorite part of the details were her handmade wedding invitations. Their vintage country wedding took place on a farm overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains, with hay bale seating for the ceremony. Centerpieces were candleholders with lace and pearls, while mismatched flower vases were filled with wildflowers and greenery grown during the summer. Some tables also had books and dollies to add height to the vases. Guests were welcomed to the candy bar with everything from Skittles to gummy bears and personalized suckers. Ashley's mother cooked all the food, including fried chicken, pork loin, green beans, mac and cheese and more, while her aunt made apple pies and peach cobblers. The newlyweds took a cruise honeymoon that stopped in Roatan Honduras, Belize, and Cozumel Mexico.

Be sure to see the Tice wedding on page 80 of the second issue of bridebook, on newsstands now!

Photography: Tiffany Maxfield Photography
Dress: Private Collection from Bride's House
Florist: Kroger (bouquets and boutonnieres)
Venue: Diamond V Farm
Jewelry: Kay Jewelers and Absolute Bridal
Band: Blackwater Band
Attendants' Dresses: Body Central
Groomsmen's Attire: Men's Wearhouse
Makeup/Hair: Rock, Paper, Scissors Hair Studio