Rachael and Jordan chose Rock Quarry Farm in Chapel Hill for their wedding venue. It is really the perfect place for a rustic laid back wedding. The owner lives in the farm house and has added a barn with open boards and exposed metal rafters. It is big and open and with fans it is breezy.Pine State Flowers giving the decor a touch of elegance. Their wedding date was September 24, 2016.
A view toward the back of the barn flanked by woods.
Rachael made this beautiful wreath hanging in the center of the barn.
In the sunporch of the farm house the bridesmaids are hanging out with mother of the bride.F8 in Motion. That is his assistant and the two guys on the rail are our groomsmen.
The carport is transformed into the bar for cool drinks on this very hot day in September.
The guests are arriving and taking their seats on the benches lined up for the ceremony.
The sweet little cabin in between the barn and the carport houses the restrooms. You would never know looking at the front. The entrances are from the rear.
The table with guest book and for depositing cards and gifts.
Our wedding director, Becca with C and D Events, gets the parents and wedding party lined up in the driveway.
Mother of the groom and mother of the bride were escorted in.
Jordan and I lead the groomsmen in.
Becca cues the bridesmaids.
Now for our beautiful bride!
Rachael's father places her hand into Jordan's and is seated with the guests.
When it was time for the Parents' Blessing, I asked Jeremy to step over and stand with Jordan's mother. Because both Rachael's and Jordan's parents are together, we were able to pay tribute to them and thank them for always being there for their children. It is a touching moment because it is a surprise for the parents.
Hearing the secret paragraphs for the first time now.
Exchanging vows and rings.
Rachael places the ring on Jordan's hand.
After a closing blessing, I made the pronouncement of marriage!
Everyone cheered when they kissed!