When I was turning 5-years-old I asked for a horse for my birthday. My parents gave me a lamb. I thought it was better than a horse! I fed her from a bottle and every summer my dad and I would sheer her so that she could bear the Florida heat. Skip-bo was no ordinary sheep! She figured out how to open gates with her nose and we would have to run down the street to find her. She grew horns and would buck the neighbor boys who came over to steal fruit. She even trampled our pot belly pig, Sally to death. But she had a sweet side too. She would let the chickens sleep on her wool at night and let them take rides around the yard when they got tired.
When Chef Alex Seidel of Fruition Restaurant and Mercantile said that I could use his farm for my styled wedding I was ecstatic! I loved the idea of an innocent lamb in the arms of a man dressed up and about to get married. That was until the lamb pooped all over my model’s new suit! But Connor is a great actor and it still looked cute!
Connor and Torrie are a blond, All-American, unfairly tall and gorgeous couple. They aren’t married in real life…yet. 🙂
Big thanks to Regan for helping me put together a rustic-chic wedding that was out of the ordinary! And for all the talented people who helped this day come together. Enjoy!
Models: Connor Green and Torrie Starkweather
Flowers: Arthur at Babylon Floral
Dress & Gold Crown: Anthropologie’s BHLDN
Suit & Tie: Express
Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas
Table Settings: Pier 1 Imports
Head Table: Denver ReStore