With breath-taking weather,  Erin and Lee's wedding at Bedell Cellars truly was heaven sent.  Each transition seamlessly moved the guests through a most glorious and heart-felt evening.  Greeted by mason jars filled with water, iced tea, lemonade and champagne flutes, the guests spilled into the orchard for the ceremony.  Under the majestic maple tree, a rustic floral chuppah set the focus as Erin and Lee exchanged their vows.  As if the natural beauty of the vineyeard wasn't enough, the floral design brought the full range of summer to the venue, decorating the aisle, picnic tables and the bar.
Each element was a piece of the puzzle that together created the backdrop for their love and wedding.  Cocktails and h'orderves on the deck overflowed to the lawn as corn hole, horseshoes and other games were played, props were chosen, photos were taken and added to the guest book as the celebration began.  Entering the spectacular tent lit by vintage string lighting, Erin and Lee began their first dance.  The band kept the music pumping all evening and the energy was high as guests rarely left the dance floor.  A unique strolling supper deliciously displayed with locally sourced foods allowed the guests to dine and dance without the music stopping.  For dessert, fruit and whoopie pies, fruit bars and the like were plentiful.  As the guests left the tent, escorted by shepherd hooks and votive candles, they stopped by a table and picked up home baked cookies by the groom's mother for the ride home.  As the last bus left, the afterglow lived on at the venue and will last forever in their memories.