Simple Fresh Country Wedding :: Libby + Andrew

Simple Fresh Country Wedding :: Libby + Andrew

Photos by Rachel Moore

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Few people light up a room like Libby Koerner Issitt.  Her April 27 wedding to Andrew was sheer joy, and you can almost ‘feel’ the emotions through wedding day images by Rachel Moore.  Weddings are a chain of emotions shared by two people in love and with those who love them, and we asked Libby her favorite recollections of the day.  Libby says, “There are so many unbelievable moments that will stay with me forever; the first moment I saw Andrew when I walked across the lawn; the feeling of excitement and nervousness I had when I held on to my dad’s arm right before we walked down the aisle; the moment that the Pastor announced us man and wife when we looked back at all our family and friends and I could see their happiness for us; how proud I was when Andrew gave his thank you speech that he was my husband; I can go on and on….it was such a remarkable day.”

Libby says she’s a small town girl from Ohio and Andrew’s a sweet southern boy from Tennessee, so they wanted they wedding to reflect that.   A good friend of Libby’s  suggested that her style was simple fresh country and it clicked.  Libby and Andrew wanted to make their wedding simple and classy with a relaxed country feel, and they thought Cedarwood’s natural farm environment and beautiful aesthetic was the perfect fit for who they are and how they wanted to celebrate their wedding day.

Happy times caught on camera preserve moments forever, and Libby says her favorite photos include the shot of herself and her niece giggling together in the front  lawn, and the amazing group photo of all their wedding guests celebrating in front of the barn. The photos (numerous!) of Libby and Andrew laughing together are our favorites because that is how we remember them spending their day at Cedarwood.

Libby and Andrew, you have etched yourselves in our hearts. Thanks for allowing Cedarwood to assist you with your wedding. Special thanks to Rachel Moore for sharing images with us!

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

Venue: Historic Cedarwood
Floral, decor, event planning and styling: Cedarwood Weddings
Photography: Rachel Moore
Dress: The Spoiled Lady Provinias White
Hair: Fresh Salon
Makeup: A friend of the bride
Favors: DIY -Andrew’s grandparents grew grapes and made grape jelly every year when he was growing up.  As a way of joining their two families, Libby’s sister made homemade grape jelly using Andrew’s grandparent’s recipe
Limo: Grand Avenue
Band: Jace Aaron Entertainment
Ceremony music: Nashville Wedding Guitarist
Catering: A Dream Come True Catering
Cake: Patty Cakes

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  1. Thank you so much for making our wedding such an unbelievable experience! It was the perfect start to a lifetime of those kind of moments!

  2. Thanks again for the perfect wedding you created for our daughter Libby and her new husband. it was a joy in every way and you made it happen, from the beautiful grounds, to the amazing flowers, to the delicious food, to the gracious service of all your employees. Cedarwood will be in our hearts for years to come. Jane and Bill Koerner

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