An Outdoor Fall Wedding at a Private Residence in Cinnaminson, New Jersey
Cynthia (Cindy) Beitz (34 and a stay-at-home mom) and Bradley (Brad) Choyce (35 and a car repair shop owner) chose a bright, cheery palette of mustard yellow, teal, marsala and rose to amp up the whimsy for their playful affair at Brad’s great-grandfather’s farm. The couple’s floral invites served as inspiration for the day’s color scheme. Cindy and Brad, who now live on the farm, said “I do” beneath a large oak tree on the grounds. Salvaged oil cans filled with colorful bunches of wildflowers—an ode to the property’s past—lined the ceremony aisle for a personalized touch. The bridesmaid dresses reflected Cindy’s all-lace illusion gown, to which she added a removable black train for her walk down the aisle. Cindy and Brad refurbished an old Airstream shortly after they started dating, which made for a fun motif throughout the décor. The cake also featured two vintage campers atop a “tree stump”—a sweet surprise from Cindy’s mother. Their bridal party even camped out in one the night of the wedding.