May 8th was a big day for us, but it would not have been possible without the help of two very special people who were able to celebrate a big day in their lives the week after our wedding. Hunter Poplin, our brother-in-law, received his religion degree from Liberty University on Saturday, May 14th.
They contributed to our wedding in more ways than we can enumerate, from building things to finding things to coordinating efforts with another bride. Thank you so much Bethany and Hunter!
Thanks to Bethany's creativity and Hunter's "know-how", we were able to have the perfect Rustic Vintage Wedding. There were a lot of special touches at our wedding including mason jar chandeliers made especially for our wedding by Hunter & Bethany.
Each table had a unique flower arrangement, a light source, and love birds.
The sign in table had scrapbook pages with vintage wedding postcards.
We had bubbles and sparklers ready for our honeymoon departure.
Bethany designed it and Hunter made it -- this three-tier chandelier had mason jars with tea lights that flickered like fireflies.
Shepherd's hooks lined the aisle with fresh hydrangeas in mason jars.
There was a small wedding cake with lovebirds to cut, but we had assorted cupcakes for our guests from our favorite bakery--True Love Cupcakes!
The groom's cake was made for him by his Uncle José; it's a special chocolate/peanut butter recipe. The cake was on a stand with flags from all of the countries that Aaron has visited.
A Very Special Day
Handmade items, special touches, brunch catered by one of our family chefs all helped to bring a special event together...our wedding day!
We'd like to thank our family for their sacrifices of love and energy.