Cedarwood Christmas Wedding : Andrea and Adam


Photos by Jeter Photography

We treasure the beauty, light and celebration Christmas season brings into cold, gray and wet winter weather. It’s no wonder so many couples tap into this enchanted time to get married.

Andrea Craig and Adam Roberson’s December 18 Cedarwood wedding is confirmation that whatever season, whatever the weather, love between two people surrounded by the abounding beauty of nature, warms hearts.

We love the red and white colors of this wedding and photos by Jeter Photography – perfect for the season and perfect for Historic Cedarwood (white house + red barn + red farm truck!)

Andrea and Adam had one longing wish for their nuptials – to wed in the Cedarwood barn. Despite the rainy day and cool temps, Andrea and Adam’s family and friends were eager and ready to support their wish. A barn wedding it was!

We don’t have many winter weddings at Cedarwood, but after seeing these photos by Jeter Photography, we think more people will contemplate Christmas season celebrations!

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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  1. Thank you all for making our wedding day fabulous. It was absolutely stress free for me. Which is what I needed planning a wedding in 6 weeks. There were far more details than I expected and it was beautifully done.
    Andrea Craig Roberson

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