A Natural Wedding With a Vintage Twist at Givens Farm in Hortonville, Wisconsin

                    While planning their wedding in Hortonville, Wisconsin, Megan Anderson and Carson Blodgett immediately settled on the open field

While planning their wedding in Hortonville, Wisconsin, Megan Anderson and Carson Blodgett immediately settled on the open fields and lush landscape at Givens Farm. Vintage decor and a neutral palette of ivory, blue and brown gave this outdoor fete a natural, free-spirited aesthetic. Guests took their seats on the bridge for the ceremony, with no added decorations other than small bundles of baby’s breath lining the aisle. The wedding party attire blended well with the venue’s natural environment—bridesmaids wore knee-length dresses in a variety of blues and styles, which the groomsmen matched with blue patterned ties worn over their ivory shirts. The reception dining tables had glass jars filled with ivory blooms and leaves as centerpieces, positioned on top of stacked vintage books captured on camera by Shaunae Teske Photography. Our favorite detail had to be the three-tier white wedding cake accented with fresh flowers and positioned on top of a wooden slab, which embodied the day's styles and colors. See more natural details that inspired us, below.

Silver Diamond Ring With Swirl Design
Megan wore one-of-a-kind brown shoes with a thick patterned strap going around the ankles. The neutral color fit in with the rest of the wedding day hues.
All the bridesmaids made sure to match with a blue color scheme, but in entirely different styles. One bridesmaid wore a lace, quarter-sleeve dress, while the others maintained a shorter sleeve without lace.
A wooden board displayed directions to different sections at Givens Farm, propped up on an easel covered with a white cloth accented in lace. This helped guests find their way throughout the day.
Carson and his groomsmen sat in the back of the black truck, rocking a casual look with a variety of patterned blue ties over ivory collared shirts. Carson stood out among the men with a charcoal gray suit jacket.
Megan and Carson had their ceremony on top of a iron bridge at Givens Farm in Hortonville, Wisconsin. Guests sat in wooden chairs arranged in rows to watch Megan and Carson get married.
Charcoal Suit Jacket and Brown Tie
Ivory Flower and Greenery Bouquet
The wooden piece displayed crafty mugs given out as wedding favors on top, and blue blankets neatly rolled up at the bottom.
"Mr." and "Mrs." Teal Cups
The bottom of Megan's ivory wedding dress train bundled behind her as she faced Carson. She wore a classic gown that blended in with the environment's natural colors.
Simple Reception Setup at Givens Farm
Ivory chrysanthemums and green leaves arranged inside glass jars sat on top of a vintage stack of books, positioned next to another vase and votive candle.
Blue-Accented Wedding Party Attire
Chalkboard Sign for Specialty Drink
The three-tier white wedding cake had beautiful accents of leafy greens and blooms on the sides and bottom. The entire dessert sat on top of a wooden slab, embodying the natural surrounding environment.
Quarter-Sleeve Ivory Wedding Dress