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Kirby Hill Farm wedding

Kirby Hill Horse Farm wedding | Pawling, NY wedding photography

When you’re an equestrienne and know you want to come down your wedding aisle on horseback – you KNOW you need to find an amazing locale. Kirby Hill farm in Pawling NY (which was a new venue to me, which is always exciting) was the absolute perfect spot for Megs event. When she first told me about her idea I thought , “Well are you SURE you can get on and off a horse in a wedding dress?” However I was foolish to question her skills, as you’ll soon see – take a look!….

 

Dan and all the men get ready in a separate barn area nearby 

The ladies got prepared in the main house, which is just SUCH a beautiful space, filled with amazing light

 

It was a rather warm day (and my birthday too, whaddya know!) , so the ladies take a quick break out one the porch before getting dressed.

I love how she was kind of guarding the dresses!

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The flower girl was the first to arrive on horseback

Like I said before I might have had my doubts – but look how amazing does this look!!!

And she made it look so effortless as well! ______

Of course the horses wanted to get in on the photo action!

I know brides who won’t even walk on the grass, and here Meg was petting and hanging out with the horses – bravo!!!!

I loved the modern ‘shed’ feel in this newly renovated barn with the metal roof – Super cool

Exquisite details all come together under the watchful eye of Faith Ferguson Events ______

Time for the first dance!

 

Meg surprised us all in that she and her Dad had been taking dance lessons for MONTHS! She did a quick presto-chango (in the porta-potty of all places!!!) and really rocked the house! Some late-night fun with Dad and a sun hat- lol

Thanks for Dan and Meg for having me along on their amazing day.Also thanks to Ian Witschy from iWish Photography for 2nd shooting and keeping me company on my birthday!

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