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Wedding Day

It was definitely not an ordinary day around the farm today. Our friends Erica and Chris from Minnesota were married at the farm today. In addition to friends and family they also had several dogs and horses participate in the festivities (they invited themselves of course!).

Between the rehearsal dinner and then the wedding we’re pretty sure the dogs wish we would get into the business of hosting weddings. The dogs were very polite and did not jump on people and try to steal food. Instead they just worked the crowd and made their rounds and as a result they were all well rewarded with several treats of steak and chicken throughout the weekend.

The horses were very curious about the goings on as well and spent a lot of time hanging out at the fences watching everything. Faune tried to eat one of the bridesmaid’s flowers. I’m sure he thought it was a nice touch.

Erica and Chris are both wonderful people with an amazing life together ahead of them. We’re thrilled we were able to be a part of their special day. Congratulations to Erica and Chris from ALL of your friends at the farm!

the bridesmaids hanging out before the ceremony

the bride and her father waiting to make their entrance

the kiss; that is my Dad behind them, he was the wedding officiant (former county commissioner)

the horses had many admirers

the bride and two of her three attendants are all avid horse people

the groomsmen leaning against the fence and having a relaxing moment

He made sure he spread the love around

he thought it was great


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