A Charming, Rustic Farm Wedding at the Inn at Barley Sheaf in Holicong, Pennsylvania

Wanting to host the rehearsal dinner, welcome reception, ceremony and reception in one location—and allow guests to stay overnight—Kelsey (25 and a ci

Wanting to host the rehearsal dinner, welcome reception, ceremony and reception in one location—and allow guests to stay overnight—Kelsey (25 and a city manager at Manicube) and Sean (26 and an account manager at Tableau Software) chose the Inn at Barley Sheaf in Holicong, Pennsylvania, as their venue. “We truly felt like we were home for the whole weekend,” Kelsey says of the inn's laid-back charm. The tented reception’s theme augmented the lush setting with neutral colors and lots of greenery. A standout decoration included a living chandelier covered with peegee hydrangeas, white dahlias, Spanish moss, seeded eucalyptus and more. Lanterns, string lights and endless, rustic floral arrangements added whimsy to the space. —Allie Volpe

Kelsey's lace Pnina Tornai gown had a low-cut back that "made it a little sexy and fun," she says. The simple gown was fitted and classic.
Since the wedding was outdoors, Kelsey opted for a wedge shoe to avoid sinking in the glass. Her Jimmy Choo shoes were metallic silver.
Under a tree not far from the inn, a green-covered arch was arranged for the altar. Succulent-filled glass balls hung from the tree's branches. Old church pews were used for the first and last rows of ceremony seating.
For the cocktail hour, the couple brought in rustic furniture like white chairs and reclaimed wood tables.
Endless arrangements of ivory and pink florals and greenery accented the large tent for the reception. Tables alternated between long farm tables and circular tables. Rustic details like old window shutters and moss-covered chairs added charm.
Eucalyptus garland runners accented with hydrangeas and lots of candles lined the farm tables. Green glasses and gold chairs added dimension to the table settings.
On tap at the reception was Miller Light, Yuengling and Sankaty Light from Cisco Brewers. The wooden beer-tap wall was situated outside the barn where the late-night reception was held.
A large tent with wooden floors housed the reception and was able to accommodate the large number of guests. "Sean and I stepped out of the tent and just watched all our friends and family for a few minutes, in awe of how amazing it was," Kelsey says. "Seeing both your families and all your friends under one roof dancing and laughing is truly magical."
After the town's 10 p.m. curfew, guests were instructed to continue the reception inside the inn. On the way in, Kelsey and Sean were surprised with a fireworks show.