A Country Chic Wedding at a Private Residence in Millersville, Pennsylvania

Amelia Barley (22 and an ingredient division analyst) and Michael Lewgood (23 and an engineer) met at Penn State, when they both attended a BBQ hosted

Amelia Barley (22 and an ingredient division analyst) and Michael Lewgood (23 and an engineer) met at Penn State, when they both attended a BBQ hosted by the apartment complex they both lived in. They were friends for a year before they began dating. After Mike moved away to Texas for his job, their relationship grew stronger, and Mike proposed to Amelia during a visit to her family farm, overlooking the Susquehanna River. They decided to hold their wedding where they were engaged, at Amelia's parents' farm in Millersville, Pennsylvania. Amelia and Nick's country chic wedding was rustic and fun. With the help of the event planners at The Perfect Plan, they had a beautiful outdoor ceremony by the river and a cozy barn reception. The ceremony aisle was denoted by a vintage barn door frame and hanging mason jars with thistles and baby's breath, and a wooden arch decorated with sunflowers and pink aster stood at the altar. The barn, which was illuminated by string lights, featured long farmhouse tables with burlap runners, and centerpieces of colorful wildflowers and baby's breath in lace covered mason jars on wood slabs. Scrumptious treats at the reception included a popcorn bar and a dessert table with an explosion of cupcakes. Amelia and Mike ended their playful and romantic wedding with a blueberry wedding cake with lemon filling and buttercream frosting decorated with lace piping and wildflowers.

Burlap and Lace Invitation Suite with Photo Save the Dates
Amelia wore a strapless, A-line lace wedding dress with a sweetheart neckline and beading in the bodice by Jasmine Couture, which she bought at Reifsnyder's Bridal Boutique.
Amelia carried a bouquet with sunflowers, pink aster, scabiosa pods and freesias.
Groom in a Brown Vest and Jeans on Wedding Day
Shotgun Shell Boutonniere with Scabiosa and Succulents
Bride with a Side Swept Half Updo at First Look
To mark the entrance to the ceremony, the frame of a barn door and windows was set up at the beginning of the aisle.
Mason jars filled with pink thistles and baby's breath hanging from shepherd's hooks lined the aisle at the outdoor ceremony.
Wooden Wedding Arch with Sunflowers, Pink Hydrangeas and Pink Aster
Flower Girls in White Dresses with Cowboy Boots
Recessional with Colorful Sprinkles at Farm Wedding
Popcorn Bar with Chalkboard Signs and Wood Baskets
Amelia and Mike gave their guests mason jars mugs as favors, which doubled as escort cards. The mason jars were arranged in a vintage dresser.
Barn Reception with Farmhouse Tables and String Lights
The mason jar centerpieces were filled with fuschia thistles,  sunflowers, coral lilies, red hypercium and sedum. The mason jars were wrapped in burlap and lace and displayed on wood slabs. The burlap table runners were also decorated with baby's breath.
Dinnerware at the reception was vintage with a floral print, which matched the floral napkins. Cutlery was placed in a burlap sack with lace trim.
The dessert table at the barn reception featured an assortment of cupcakes, including flavors like red velvet, chocolate, white, carrot and peanut butter.
The dessert table was decorated with flower arrangements of pink aster, white hydrangeas, scabiosa pods, red hypercium and pink lilies.
The two tier, white wedding cake was flavored blueberry with lemon filling and buttercream icing. The cake was decorated with lace piping and hydrangeas, scabiosa pods and hypercium. The Central Manor Bakery Creation stood on a vintage style cake stand.