Dreaming of a magical barn venue, Jennifer and Andrew booked Cambium Farms, sight unseen, all the way from the UK. The rustic, authentic farm was the perfect setting for their laid-back, country celebration with a heavy British influence and DIY details. A color palette of pastel pinks, blues, and greens complimented the rural surroundings and wild floral design by Cedar and Stone, featuring sprigs of baby’s breath and purple-toned thistles. From the Snaptique photo booth airstream trailer to the DIY’d wooden name cards, centerpieces, and fabulous repurposed vintage suitcase, no detail was too small when this creative couple was planning their big day. New Vintage Media captured an amazing catalogue of this sweet couple looking happy, relaxed and natural, even when posing with whimsical gold balloons.
Jennifer and Andrew
Cambium Farms, Ontario, Canada
My wedding dress was designed by London designer Charlie Brear. What I loved most is that all the peices were separates that I put together myself so that it was partly my own creation. I absolutely loved my metallic belt and the bohemian style of my dress. I wanted my bridal party to also feel comfortable so I chose the beautiful two pieces from BHLDN in different pastel tones with lace crop tops.
We both really wanted our wedding to have a laid back country vibe. It was important to us that our guests coming from near and far would enjoy a very casual and fun day!
There were so many great moments we will forever cherish but we both agree the moment we saw each other for the first time amongst all of our guests was something we will both never forget. We both wrote our own vows which was something that a lot of people later told us either brought a tear to their eye or made them laugh but was either way very memorable.
We would say some great advice we received that we found very valuable the day of was to make a list of all the people you want photos with. Also, all the back drops/photogenic areas of your venue you want during your photoshoot. We say this because on the day you will forget everything! Also in hind sight we would have started our photos away from the guests as you literally get mobbed afterwards and its hard to get going!
It was great and really easy. We really wanted casual photos and not many staged. We wanted the moments captured and we feel like John really understood what we wanted and gave us an amazing library of our wedding day.
I still cant believe how much! We did everything from personalized name cards cut from wooden logs to handmade flower boxes as centre pieces. The table seating on the wire grid in the carriage house, handmade British bunting, A repurposed vintage suitcase from the UK. Even the invitation was a drawing Andrew the groom did of the venue. The maid of honour made the flower girl head piece. There is still so much more!
We were looking for a barn and came across Cambium Farms but we were living in the UK so Jennifer‘s parents and sister went and loved it so we trusted their opinion and booked! funny enough it was 5 mins from my sister’s house and she didn’t even know it! To say the least it was the best decision as it is such a magical venue.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – New Vintage Media
Event Planning – Marvelle Events
Venue – Cambium Farms
Floral Design – Cedar and Stone
Cake – Crumb and Berry
Makeup Artist – Nikki Strachan
Hair Styling – Uno Jo
Wedding Dress – Charlie Brear
Groom’s Apparel – Reiss Canada
Rentals – Snaptique
Congratulations to Jennifer and Andrew on their stunningly rustic wedding and special thanks to New Vintage Media for sharing these gorgeous photos with Junebug! For more rustic countryside wedding inspiration, check out this dreamy rustic Australian wedding at Old Broadwater Farm.