When planning an early May, Jorgensen Farms wedding, like Kendall and Noah did, you never know what kind of weather the day will deliver.
So, finding a venue that’s both aesthetically beautiful and outdoorsy, but can also accommodate guests in case of cold/rain, can be a challenge. Oak Grove at Jorgensen Farm was the perfect choice.
Our favorite feature is the reconstructed antique greenhouse. Except for the metal framing, its walls and ceiling are completely glass, so natural daylight pours into the space, while also providing shelter.
The larger reception space, is also indoor, but minimal and modern in lines, colors and lighting, giving couples a blank canvas to create the celebration setting of their dreams.
We met Kendall and Noah for the first time on their wedding day, but it didn’t take long to see just how much these two belong together.
Noah’s unabridged enthusiasm and heart-on-his-sleeve expressions, and Kendall’s laid back grace, yet fearlessly loyal depth make this artsy pair a dynamic match. It was beautiful to watch their outward expressions of love and joy.
Noah was euphoric—his “is this really happening?!” excitement and happiness was uncontainable. And sweet Kendall, streamed tears multiples times throughout the day.
This bliss was only amplified by their family and friends surrounding them. We loved watching their interactions—embraces, laughter and evident devotion and affection.
We were only with Kendall and Noah for six hours, but the quality of our time together was overflowing in goodness; in fact, we captured some of our favorite real-moment photos of our careers.
Dress Store: Wendy’s Bridal
Floral Designer: Flower Moxie
Veils and headpieces: BHLDN
Event Venue: Jorgensen Farms
Reception Venue: Jorgensen Farms
Event Planner: Jorgensen Farms
Photographer: Eastlyn & Joshua