A Romantic, Garden-Themed Wedding at Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio

Splashes of pinks, oranges and yellows colored the lawn area and indoor barn space at Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio, creating the garden party

Splashes of pinks, oranges and yellows colored the lawn area and indoor barn space at Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio, creating the garden party vibe that Lauren Tonetti (26 and a CPA) and Brian Rue (27 and a family medicine resident physician) envisioned for their outdoor nuptials. "The property and event space was magical, and we especially loved that the owner could grow some of the flowers for the event on-site," Lauren says. Ashley West Photography captured the palette filled with vibrant hues that brought this wedding to life—coloring everything from the bright peony, rose and ranunculus bouquet to the paper goods designed with watercolor motifs. Lauren and Brian incorporated their love for a good cocktail through naming dining tables after old-fashioned drinks, not to mention the delicious specialty cocktails guests sipped on throughout the day, one of which was called A Lifetime of Happiness. We loved that Lauren's white dress was not an exception to the colorful day, which ended up being a custom-made Meki Couture gown accented with pink designs on the bodice. Talk about one of a kind! Check out more eye-popping details that made up this garden themed occasion, below.

Lauren loved the watercolor motif designed by Buffy Weddings, so she had them create their pink and orange watercolor invitations. Program fans, menu cards and signage reflected the watercolor design as well, splashing watercolors all around.
Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio, took care of the florals, including Lauren's beautiful bouquet filled with pink peonies, roses and ranunculus mixed in with greenery. The arrangement had three ribbons tied around the stems, one of which came from her corset bodice.
Instead of picking bridesmaids, Lauren simply selected her best friends to spend the day getting ready with her. They didn't have bouquets or stand in front at the ceremony, but all wore dresses in shades of blue at the Lauren's request.
Lauren wanted a dress with a touch of color, which she found in the white strapless Meki Couture gown. The custom-made dress had vibrant shades of pink splashed across the white bodice, matching Lauren's pink bouquet.
Lauren and Brian shared an inside joke with the idea of fancy boutonnieres, so Lauren decided to pick out two for him to wear throughout the day. Brian sported a single ivory rose boutonniere mixed with eucalyptus for the ceremony, and switched out boutonniere for the reception and dancing portion of the day.
At the outdoor ceremony, white folding chairs arranged into rows had a mix of colorful roses, hydrangeas and greenery, blending well with the beautiful pink ribbon draped on the back.
Lauren held onto her pink round bouquet filled with peonies, roses and ranunculus during the ceremony. Lauren's best friends and the ushers held clear umbrellas over their heads as it rained during the ceremony, but it stopped in time for Lauren and Brian to say their vows.
Wedding programs depicted on decorative fans had pink and orange watercolor motifs seen throughout the day's paper goods. The props had pink bows tied at the bottom near the wooden handle, which guests gripped to fan themselves throughout the summer ceremony.
Lauren and Brian wrote their vows inside little brown booklets that read "Her Vows" and "His Vows," which they read to each other during the outdoor ceremony at Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio.
Lauren and Brian shared their first kiss at the wooden wedding arch, decorated in the middle with an arrangement of colorful spray roses, hydrangeas, garden roses and ranunculus mixed with greenery.
Lauren's beautiful engagement ring with a round-cut diamond glistened throughout the day's events, detailed with vintage designs that she absolutely loved.
A pink and orange watercolor pattern carried throughout the paper goods, including the beautiful gold-framed wedding sign that read "Welcome to the wedding of Lauren and Brian" with their wedding date at the bottom.
"With cocktails being our main theme, we named each table after an old-fashioned cocktail," Lauren says. "The table artwork were hand-painted, watercolor representations of the ingredients in each drink."
Brian built a white frame for guests to find their kraft paper escort cards, dangling on pieces of string. A pink and white lush flower arrangement filled with peonies, hydrangeas, ranunculus and more decorated the top, incorporating the garden vibe into the display's overall look.
Petite flower arrangements filled with colorful blooms decorated the middle of the wooden dining table draped with pink runners, where guests sat for the barn reception.
Brian sat with Lauren on a garden bench surrounded by lush greenery, wearing a light pink tie that matched the pops of pink seen within Lauren's bridal bouquet.
The cocktail hour and reception took place inside and around the barn at Jorgensen Farms, where guests gathered inside the brightly lit space for a fun evening.
The orange and pink watercolor menu cards gave guests a glimpse of the evening's meal. The bright pieces of stationery had blue vases filled with colorful blooms surrounding it, reflecting the day's garden theme.
Lauren and Brian always loved to sit on the same side of the table, and so they did at their sweetheart table, which had them facing all their seated guests. The table had a colorful centerpiece draped over the front, filled with hydrangeas, peonies and roses—not to mention the tall white candlesticks that created a romantic touch.
Lauren's childhood neighbor handmade the pink linens covering the dessert table, with a gold sign draped across the front that spelled out "Treat Yo Self"—a reference to "Parks and Recreation," one of Lauren and Brian's favorite TV shows.
As an avid baker, Lauren knew what she wanted in a cake: moist and flavorful. That's what she and Brian got with their three-tier cake created by Short North Piece of Cake, filled with almond cake and covered with marshmallow fondant.
For her hair, "I wanted it down and curly for a soft goddess look," Lauren says. "I also wanted natural make up on my wedding day to enhance my look, but at the same time still look like myself."