Megan and Aaron were all about having fun and enjoying their wedding day. The couple wanted to incorporate their love for vintage decor into our garden setting. With the help of Megan’s sisters and mother, their vision came to life. Megan’s sister made many vintage inspired signs, brought in mix and matched vintage china, burlap-lace table runners and a vintage purse for the bride to carry, just to name a few items. Megan and Aaron were a lucky couple. Megan’s mom Kate, baker and owner of KK’s Bundt Cake, put together a dessert bar intended for a King and Queen. This Tiffany Blue Shasta Trailer, now a permanent fixture at The Gardens at Peacock Farms, made it’s first dessert bar debut. Afixed with twinkle lights and a vintage striped awning, the dessert bar was a huge focal point long into the evening.
Megan and Aaron were surrounded by many friends and family that evening. They were a lively couple and wore smiles late into the night as they hopped into their vintage fire-engine red car, bound for their honeymoon suite. Congratulations you two!