Beth and Kyle are so, so perfect. They’re one of the couples I met while pregnant, and they were sweet enough to say I could bring my baby to the wedding. I didn’t, of course.
Baby Roscoe would’ve enjoyed the magic of Terrapin Hill. This was my first time at the farm, hopefully not the last– they host music festivals and family friendly events!
But back to the wedding! June 22, the summer solstice. Thoughtful down to the date. It rained in the morning, and everyone was a little nervous. By the time I arrived, the rain had cleared, not to return. The wedding ceremony took place in a triangle shaped structure (I love triangles) under a hanging quartz. Kyle had a special ceremony with his family, and Beth’s grandmother brought Lithuanian traditions like a toast & special wedding cake.
The cake takes hours to make & is shaped like a tree; the largest one ever was 12 feet tall. Guests are encouraged to tear off a branch to eat. This loving, communal spirit was present throughout the whole day.
Hope you enjoy the photos!