Heather and Adam proved that nothing beats the glow of a country Bride and Groom on their wedding day — they were what could be described as a country Prince and Princess!

Their “hitching day” was planned to perfection — they made sure that their country-style wedding had all of things they always wanted on their day: Cowboy and cowgirl boots, a relaxed and elegant outdoor wedding venue, rustic surroundings, good food and all of the conveniences of home away from home. Not to mention the gathering of approximately 125 family members and friends to share and be witness to the start of their new adventure together.

The location they chose was absolutely beautiful, rustic and picturesque all at one time – Kilbuck Creek situated not far from Rockford, IL. It provided not only a beautiful landscaping, outdoor wedding pergola, pews and rolling green areas, but a barn-like banquet hall and overnight accommodation. We were very impressed by the professionalism of the Event Manager and the staff members — we saw them handle the details of the ceremony in a timely and thorough manner. A place we would love to return to for other special occasions.

Scrapping on the Spot was honored to capture their entire day and provide them with their completed memory album as the evening neared. It represented what they had meticulously planned: coral and turquoise colors, burlap, lace, hand-made embellishments, a fun “reveal” session and other fun special request pictures, and yes … cowboy boots and wagon wheels! It was such a joy to see them, and those who gathered around them, enjoy re-living what had just happened hours before.

CONGRATULATIONS Heather and Adam!! We wish joy, happiness and blessings as you begin your life together as Husband and Wife!

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