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Katie & Matt: A Traditional Wedding in Millburg, MI

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Green hydrangeas contrasted perfectly with the bridesmaids’ navy dresses.
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Keeping with the casual tone, the groomsmen wore khaki pants with light blue shirts. For their attendant gifts, the couple gave them these orange ties and navy blue Vans sneakers. The groom sported a more formal look with black pants and dress shoes.
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Green hydrangeas contrasted perfectly with the bridesmaids' navy dresses.
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Rustic signage helped guests navigate the different areas around the reception site.
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Making the programs was a family affair! The bride's sisters and mom cut the papers and tied them together with gingham-print ribbon, a pattern that's as country as it gets.
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The rustic barn at Blue Dress Barn set the tone for the couple's country wedding.
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Large paper lanterns hung from the barn ceilings, while burlap runners dressed down white tablecloths.
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An apple held a checkered card that directed guests to the refreshment of choice: iced tea.

Katie & Matt in Millburg, MI

A three-block distance was the only thing that kept childhood sweethearts Katie and Matt apart. They first met in kindergarten and attended the same schools until high school graduation, but it wasn’t until that summer when they finally started dating. The Bride Katie Jeter, 28, media director The Groom Matt Cibula, 28, mortgage broker The Date August 23 One Friday night after work, ten years later, Katie arrived home to her apartment to find Matt down on one knee. Although the couple lived in Chicago when they began planning, they’d spent a ton of time in Millburg and thought the Blue Dress Barn was the perfect place for the wedding: It was close to the city, easy for their guests to access and had the laid-back, no-suits-required vibe they were after. They spent their days scrounging up various antiques from local stores to get the look for their rustic reception.
- Tia Albright
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