The magnificent Berkshire country venue of Gedney Farm took Lexi and Jeff’s wedding to an unparalleled level of beauty and charm. Their wedding was most definitely Style Me Pretty worthy! The wedding festivities began with a rehersal welcome party at the beautiful home of the bride’s parents with a spectacular dinner and later, a warming bonfire. The ambiance of the late evening forecast the next wonderful day.
Gedney Farm‘s sophisticated rustic barn lit with streams of white lights and candles created such a warm atmosphere. Beautiful arrangements by Becca, Petal Floral Designs adorned the tables. But most spectacular of all was the glam couple, Lexi and Jeff. They were so much fun to work with. We wish the memories of the day last them a lifetime! A big THANK you to Judy Pak Photography and Ira Lippke Studios for capturing the day!
Though it was my grandparents that introduced me to the Berkshires, my long love affair only intensified when Jeff and I began dating and taking mini getaways up to western Mass where my parents had also purchased a vacation home. It was important to me that he shared the same appreciation for the area that I did. We’ve forged special memories with family and friends over the years there. When Jeff proposed it took us no time to agree on the Berkshires for our wedding weekend. After a quick search, we found Gedney Farm and knew it had everything we were looking for.We wanted to create a unique and fun wedding weekend that captured the essence of what we love and value about the Berkshires for our crowd. The feeling we wanted to capture was something classic but with an over-arching laid-back, whimsical and fun vibe.For the cocktail hour we incorporated hay bale seating and wine-barrel tables with mini galvanized buckets overflowing with flowers. We used a clothespin escort card holder decorated with draping garden roses, foliage, and antlers as table centerpieces.The reception included rented chandeliers adding a glamorous element to the dance floor, all mixed in with an abundance of candles- both metallic and glass. There were lush, romantic flowers everywhere. Elan Artists’ Rhythm Collective kept people on the dance floor the whole night and a Momokufu wedding cake and small honey favors wrapped up the evening at the Farm.My florist, Becca Olcott from Petal Floral Design helped me play out my ideas with her creativity and artistry. An eclectic group of vendors from Etsy shipped from all over the country to formulate the look. Sarah True and Caitlin Campbell from True Event kept my sanity with with their constant support and flawless execution.