Cindy and Brad live in Cinnaminson, NJ with their sweet little boy Cooper, on what was Brad’s Great Grandfather’s farm. We first met them for their engagement shoot on the farm and immediately fell in love with the place. The antique tractors, big red barn, vintage campers, and cornfield make it the perfect setting to get hitched and throw a good ol’ farm wedding. The property has been in Brad’s family for generations and Cindy and Brad are currently restoring it to its’ former glory as a working farm.
All of the charming details of this wedding were inspired by Cindy and Brad’s journey of restoring the family farm. The wedding was furnished with forgotten vintage furniture repurposed into a bar, dining, and sitting areas. We also must mention the vintage campers that both Cindy and Brad collect. It is these vintage campers that brought Cindy and Brad together.
The couple grew up together in the same town, same church, and same schools. However, it took a few decades for Brad’s cousin and Cindy’s close friend to set them up. Thank goodness!!! Two people who live in the same town, have a love for the outdoors, restorations, and collect vintage campers is a match made in heaven if we’ve ever seen one! They spent many of their first dates restoring their 1971 Airstream camper, followed by many weekend camping trips to Cape May. It was on one of these Cape May weekends that Brad proposed to Cindy with a stunning vintage ring and obviously she said, “Yes!”
The couple said, “I do.” under the big oak tree next to their barn. Cindy wore a beautiful handmade, vintage style lace dress with flowers in her hair. We loved her black tulle train! The beautiful fall bouquets were by Leigh Florist in Audubon, NJ. Cindy’s bridesmaids looked splendid in variegated jewel toned dresses. The reception and festivities took place in the barn. Outside the barn was a fire pit for guests to warm up and enjoy s’mores. Local Philly food trucks Luscious Bakery and Local 215 catered the celebration. Guests enjoyed the delicious gourmet refreshments while exploring the farm. When the sun went down, string lights in the barn glowed bright over dancing guest and the smell of the campfire floated through the air.