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If you’ve ever traveled M113 in Northern Michigan you’ve probably caught a glimpse of this charming hobby farm recently turned wedding venue just outside of Kingsley. Lindsey and Jared, West Bloomfield residents and owners of Traverse City Whiskey Company, along with their family and friends, and beautiful baby boy, Noah, gathered at Cobblestone Farms in early August for a most memorable wedding ceremony and celebration. We were there to capture all the fun highlights which included a Jewish Tish and Ketubah signing, Circling Ceremony, Smashing of the Glass, Hora dance, food trucks, bonfire, S’mores, yard games, and more!

The lovely couple met during their college years, reconnected on a birthright trip to Israel, and the rest is history! Mazel Tov, Lindsey and Jared and thank you, Cobblestone Farms for your hospitality!

Venue: Cobblestone Farms
Flowers: Cherrland Floral
Hair/makeup: Brides On Main
Bride’s dress: Watters
Bride’s shoes: Stuart Weitzman
Groom’s suit: Armani
Groom’s shoes: Ferragamo
Ceremony: Steven Leonard, Associate Concertmaster, Traverse City Orchestra
Officiant: Jen Lader, Temple Israel
Food Trucks:
Happy’s Taco Shop
The Green Onion
Pigs Eatin’ Ribs
Cakes/Desserts: Potter’s Bakery
DJ: DJ Rock City

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Taylor came highly recommended for our studio rep program by her high school counselor who proudly described her as a hardworking, responsible, kind, outgoing, fun, beautiful, and amazing girl who has overcome a lot of adversity.

On her path to graduation, Taylor has been a source of inspiration at Cadillac Innovation High School. She is also highly involved in the Agriscience program at Cadillac Career Tech Center and is a member of FFA, a national youth organization that focuses on agricultural education and career development. Taylor is an officer and a reporter for our local FFA chapter and enjoys helping with the community service events they host to raise money for various charities. Taylor loves the world of agriculture and has plans to study Viticulture in Traverse City after graduation.

Taylor’s studio rep session took place at Stahl Event Barn , a beautiful centennial farm in the little agricultural community of McBain. Thank you to the Stahl Family for their graciousness. We also loved collaborating with Blossom Boutique who helped us put together Taylor’s wardrobe. We especially loved the strawberry print skirt, and flowing floral blouse that perfectly matched our blue vintage bicycle. And Taylor’s plant-loving skills really came in handy when it was time to arrange the basket of wildflowers we brought for the bike! More thank yous to Blossom Boutique, Taylor, and Taylor’s mom for being so awesome to work with. Final thanks to Taylor’s councilor for referring her to us! She really is perfect for this venture, just as you described.

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