Anna chose a pale turquoise for her bridesmaids’ dresses and other accents, so the banners marking entry to the grounds played off that, while the banners near the altar used many variations on white, with only the streamers in turquoise.
Each of those white chairs held a pierced wood fan with a greeting from Gil and Anna. The fans were pressed into service immediately, as it was an unusually hot day (though not into the 100’s as predicted). You can see the banners in the distance, over the heads of the handsome crowd.
First down the aisle was Linda (mother-of-the-bride), setting the bar pretty high in terms of beauty and graciousness.
Whitney, Anna’s sister, was maid of honor. See…it runs in the family.
And here comes the bride…on the arm of her handsome father, Barry.
No gardener will fail to note the floral arrangements throughout this wedding, from the bouquets and boutonnieres to the lavish arch seen here.
The horse arena had been converted to dining hall, complete with hardwood dance floor
While the displaced horses loitered just outside, as if to provide a little extra atmosphere.
Even the cake carried out the theme.
Waving goodbye to sated guests, a last banner marks the exit.