Moore’s Orchard Apple House Wedding: Rob and Sarah
I’m not quite sure how it happened, but somehow Rob and Sarah’s beautiful Moore’s Orchard Apple House wedding never made the blog last year. As soon as I realized, I knew I just had to post it this week for you. And, since yesterday was Rob and Sarah’s first wedding anniversary, the timing is perfect!
Sarah grew up in Texas, and even though she has been in Baltimore for many years, she will always be a Texan at heart. I just love how she incorporated the Lone Star State into her wedding. All of the western elements just fit Rob and Sarah perfectly. Sarah wore beautiful white cowboy boots and her bouquet was handmade with lace and burlap, while Rob sported a camo wedding ring.
We started the day getting ready at Sarah’s mom’s house with her bridesmaids and daughter
While most of the wedding may have been inspired by her home-state of Texas, it’s clear that Baltimore has a place in her heart as well… I love her Raven’s garter!
I love how Sarah went with this handmade bouquet of lace, hankies and burlap, rather than standard flowers
Looking good, Rob! I love the vest and flask!
The ceremony was held at the Sacred Heart of Mary Catholic Church
Sarah and Rob’s Wedding date in church pew numbers
Sarah’s dad walks her down the aisle
After the ceremony, we headed back to Moore’s Orchard Apple House, where we did some sweet photos of Sarah and Rob
Rob is a fireman and Sarah thought it would be fun to grab a shot of her wearing his pants and boots while in her wedding dress
I just love how sweet these two are together
Don’t you just LOVE these bridesmaids’ dresses?
And the boots???
Mom and Daughter
Once we were done with photos, it was time to party!!! Sarah and Rob thought of every last detail. One of my favorites from the night is the cards that Sarah’s dad had made. Sarah is the eldest of 4 beautiful girls and her father, Bock, couldn’t help but find the humor in the first of the 4 to be married.
Sarah and Rob, I hope you had a great first year as husband and wife!