Mr. and Mrs. Schweitzer

Trey and Leslie Schweitzer had a sunny, daytime wedding on June 6, 2018. Burdoc Farms had a beautiful gazebo for the ceremony and The Keith Glen, a beautiful new addition to Burdoc Farms. The venue is in the woods by a pond with a lighted fountain, surrounded by fields and forest. With a more modern look and feel you can still enjoy the natural beauty of Burdoc Farms because of the wall of glass that faces the pond and woods. Chandeliers, a copper bar top, natural wood farm tables and natural stone fireplace adds to the beauty of the building..  Leslie and Trey’s engagement story was a part of a family tradition. During an annual Easter egg hunt, Regan, Leslie’s dog, ran up to her with something shiny dangling off his collar. Trey kneeled and popped the question with all of Leslie’s family watching, just the way she had always imagined!  Leslie’s engagement ring is stunning, it’s a marquise cut with circle emeralds on each side. Her wedding dress was from David’s Bridal and is form fitting, with a sheer top and sleeves. The lace embellishments on the sleeves and her swept back half up-do gave her the perfect bridal look.  Every detail in their wedding was planned with such perfection! The bridal party helped decorate the cake with the cutest greenery and succulents. The ceremony arch was so elegant with white flowers and greenery strewn around it. Trey and Leslie stood under that arch holding in their hearts what they loved most about each other and said, “We do!”  At the very end of the wedding, Trey and Leslie were able to have a short photo session with the sunset in the background sharing an intimate time after a hectic day!

Trey and Leslie Schweitzer had a sunny, daytime wedding on June 6, 2018. Burdoc Farms had a beautiful gazebo for the ceremony and The Keith Glen, a beautiful new addition to Burdoc Farms. The venue is in the woods by a pond with a lighted fountain, surrounded by fields and forest. With a more modern look and feel you can still enjoy the natural beauty of Burdoc Farms because of the wall of glass that faces the pond and woods. Chandeliers, a copper bar top, natural wood farm tables and natural stone fireplace adds to the beauty of the building..

Leslie and Trey’s engagement story was a part of a family tradition. During an annual Easter egg hunt, Regan, Leslie’s dog, ran up to her with something shiny dangling off his collar. Trey kneeled and popped the question with all of Leslie’s family watching, just the way she had always imagined!

Leslie’s engagement ring is stunning, it’s a marquise cut with circle emeralds on each side. Her wedding dress was from David’s Bridal and is form fitting, with a sheer top and sleeves. The lace embellishments on the sleeves and her swept back half up-do gave her the perfect bridal look.

Every detail in their wedding was planned with such perfection! The bridal party helped decorate the cake with the cutest greenery and succulents. The ceremony arch was so elegant with white flowers and greenery strewn around it. Trey and Leslie stood under that arch holding in their hearts what they loved most about each other and said, “We do!”

At the very end of the wedding, Trey and Leslie were able to have a short photo session with the sunset in the background sharing an intimate time after a hectic day!

Vendors:

Ceremony and Reception Venue: Burdoc Farms

Caterer: Blacksheep Catering

Officiant: Brother Rick O’Daniel

Photographer: Becky Willard Photography

Videographer: DB Design Media

Cake: Sam’s Club decorated by bridesmaids

Florist: Teresa’s Flowers and Gifts

Hair: Anita Rhinerson

Dress: David’s Bridal

Suit: Men’s Warehouse