We knew immediately when talking to Michele about her farm wedding that working with her and Brock would be a great match for Scott and I. First and foremost, she was our ideal bride. She had her wedding priorities established from the beginning, was organized and was so kind and excited about her wedding day. One of her top priorities was having beautiful, timeless images that told the story of their day. Michele and Brock created the perfect day that reflected their faith, family and values and it was a pleasure for us to be a part of it.
Although they’d met in their youth, it wasn’t until adulthood that Michele and Brock reconnected and their romance began. They both love the outdoors, working hard, family and farming. Cattle farming is a family affair for Michele, Brock and his father. Even Michele’s daughter who walked her down the aisle has her own cow (see the cute pic below!). So when it came to planning their farm wedding, they knew they wanted it to be outside on Brock’s family farm and no matter what, they wanted pictures on their land with their cattle. They also knew they wanted their reception in their newly built Morton Barn, the home of their business, Meyer Cattle Company. Their farm wedding day was gorgeous. Michele and Brock had their first look in the front yard under a maple tree. Michele was stunning in her Casablanca beaded gown from Belle Mariee Bridal Boutique and Brock looked handsome in his tan suit and matching cowboy hat. The flowers from Kent’s Floral Gallery were incredible, too. We adored the details – from the signage of scripture at the end of the straw bale pews to the handmade monogram at the reception. We loved working with this beautiful couple and wish them the best!
Venue: Meyer Family Farm & Meyer Cattle Company, Bowling Green, Missouri
Coordinator: Doug Mertens
Dress: Casablanca | Belle Mariee Bridal Boutique
Flowers: Kent’s Floral Gallery
Hair: Chelsie Long
Make-Up: Studio Branca
Rings: Melody’s Quality Jewelry