Adam & Laura are such a special, crazy-fun couple whose marriage, I predict, will never outgrow the madly-in-love honeymoon stage. Why? Because these two cherish every minute together, pull off crazy cute surprises for each other, and establish non-trad traditions like having their photo taken every.single.December on SANTA’s lap! Their love story might one day end up in your Netflix under the Romantic Comedy category.
So of course, their wedding day at the beautiful Blue Horse Farm was absolutely brimming with the same sort of laughter, joy, and some extremely delightful surprises. After exchanging the sweetest vows, they wowed everyone by dancing around the perimeter of the ceremony while inviting everyone to a sing-a-long to Kermit the Frog’s rendition of “Life’s a Happy Song.” Next, Laura surprised Adam with a first dance music video, created by a few amazing teens who, on their first Valentine’s Day together, had randomly serenaded them at a DQ in New Jersey (you must definitely go get the full song & story here!!!). (And actually he was doubly surprised, because he had also attempted to track down the same group of winsome teens to request the exact same favor.) Every single one of us in that barn were in tears…because it was just so epically sweet. Then after a gourmet dinner including an amazing Tater Tot Hotdish from Chowgirls, jaws dropped when Laura & Adam announced Santa’s arrival at the party! Let me tell you, Santa can not only deliver in the gift department, but he can also bust some pretty fine moves on the dance floor. However perhaps the very best part, was a chance for all of their guests to sit on Mr. Clause’s lap in our photo booth and put in a few mid-year good words and wishes.
Congrats you two crazy lovebirds. Yours is a wedding we will never ever forget!!
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Venue: Blue Horse Farm, New Richmond, WI
Planner: Lizie Anne
Videography: Memories in Motion
Floral Design: Studio Fleurette
Rentals: Affordable Elegance
Vintage Goods: Sweet Love Vintage
Accordionist: Peter VanWyngeerten
Officiant: Rev. Leslie Johnson
Band: Fish Heads