Jordan and Max said “I do” at Lauxmont Farms, on the top of a mountain overlooking the Susquehanna River. The couple personalized their wedding by having a close friend officiate the ceremony. One of the first gifts Max ever gave to Jordan was a pebble, much like a penguin does when it finds its mate for life. During the ceremony, the couple had our own pebble ceremony, where their loved ones held a pebble and blessed it with a prayer or blessing for their marriage. Max’s close childhood friend, photographer Adam Naples, captured all the fun and excitement of Jordan and Max’s special day.
Jordan and Max
Lauxmont Farms, Wrightsville, Pennsylvania
Plan your heart out, but as the wedding approaches don’t be afraid to let go and go with the flow. Everything will fall into place, so sit back and soak in every moment. Just make sure to send a special thanks to the amazing bridesmaids, groomsmen, family members and friends who were there every step of the way.
One of the first gifts Max gave me was a pebble, much like a penguin does when it finds its mate for life. During the ceremony we had our own pebble ceremony, where our loved ones held a pebble and blessed it with a prayer or blessing for our marriage. The pebbles came from my parent’s home in Montana, and the jar of well wishes is in our living room today. It is a constant reminder of how blessed our marriage is.
Our photographer Adam Naples has been a close friend of Max’s since their youth. He has an amazing eye for everything, and made us feel comfortable from the start. We felt so much love and happiness that day, and he captured every moment. He was also able to capture the amazing views of our venue.
Max works for a metal fabrication company, so he designed and created personal hotplates for our guests. We love to cook so it was a special gift from our kitchen to theirs. We still love joining our friends and family for dinner and seeing the trivets in the table settings.
For the centerpieces I found a variety of glass vases from thrift stores and antique vendors. I created the table numbers using glass jars, mod podge and glitter. The lanterns are simple white lanterns with gold glitter held by spray adhesive.
The Wedding Team:
Photography – Adam Naples
Venue – Lauxmont Farms
Floral Design – Blue Heron Flowers and Unique Gifts
Catering – Wenger Meats & Ice
DJ – Andrew Bunty
Videography – Edge Creative Media
Invitations – Wedding Paper Divas
Makeup Artist – Blush Style Studio
Hair Styling – Brittany Donovan
Wedding Dress – Allure Bridals
Groom’s Apparel – J. Crew
Many thanks to photographer Adam Naples for sharing Jordan and Max’s stunningly thoughtful Lauxmont Farms wedding with Junebug. For more farm wedding inspiration, take a look at Kelly and Corey’s modern rustic red and sage green wedding at Castleton Farms.