Sunday, February 22nd, 2015, Evonna was driven to the Wedding Chapel in a horse drawn carriage to marry her groom, Stefan. Many family and friends from around the country attended this beautiful celebration of the two becoming one. During their ceremony, the couple and all their guests sang a cappella to a classical church hymn – it was glorious. As the ceremony came to a close, in the distance you could hear the wedding bells ring as Evonna and Stefan left their Chapel Wedding. The love between this couple is undeniable!

Their décor consisted of soft colors that worked well with the rustic backdrop of the outdoor Carriage House Stable. Their dessert table was almost too pretty to eat, but the cakes and macaroons were to die for! The newlyweds and their guests danced the night away underneath many strung lights. It was a magical setting and a joy to watch their dream chapel wedding come to life!


Welcome sign for Stefan and Evonna's Stable wedding.
The front of the Carriage House Stable.
Evonna right before putting on her beautiful gown in the Bridal Cottage.
Evonna's cap sleeve drop waist gown was gorgeous.
All the ladies at the "Taj Mahal wall".
Stefan, his brother and father going to view the ceremony and reception area.
Stefan and his groomsmen at the "Taj Mahal wall"
Their guests signed this barrel as they arrived.
Reception tables in the Carriage House Stable.
The Wedding Chapel has shutters all throughout that open.
Stefan seeing Evonna for the first time!
Evonna's father giving her away.
Inside the Wedding Chapel.
During the ceremony, the wedding party and guests sang a capella to a classic church hymn.
A horse drawn carriage whisked away the couple after the ceremony.
The majority of their wedding party was siblings!
Love this photo of the newlywedsd.
Walking across the bridge.
The ladies had these parasols to take fun photos with.
Cakes and different flavors of macaroons were a huge hit!
Cutting into one of their many cakes!
Everything about this photo is gorgeous.
Jaw dropping photo on the bridge.
A sparkler exit is a great way to end the night!

Photography: Erick Runyon Weddings



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