Charmed Life

Saying Goodbye to Summer

We love any excuse to throw a party, especially one that highlights all the things we love about summer.

Styled by KtK Weddings | Photography by Kenzi Lee Photography | September 21, 2018, 1:30 pm

Charmed Life

Saying Goodbye to Summer

We love any excuse to throw a party, especially one that highlights all the things we love about summer.

Styled by KtK Weddings | Photography by Kenzi Lee Photography | September 21, 2018, 1:30 pm

How to throw the perfect farewell to summer: It took place at Muddy Acres Farm, a family owned farm where you get lost in the fields of zinnias, sunflowers and basil, all locally grown using organic and sustainable practices. The tablescape was carefully crafted by KtK Weddings alongside paper and lettering by White Coffee Lettering. The air was clean, and a light breeze carried the day. Our guests were welcomed in with luscious floral arrangements from the lovely Kate Campbell, from Love & Luster Floral Design. Four close friends, gussied up by Kendra Wallen, sipped sweet beverages from LeMONADE and danced in the fields of zinnias, with McKenzie Lee close behind capturing each moment. They enjoyed cake beautifully covered in buttercream icing from Cake by Jason and Jared Soriano took video of the dancing and relaxing as the sun went down. The party concluded just as the summer skies opened in a rainstorm. Until next year.





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