An Unconventional Country Wedding

Not many couples can say they got married in an open barn. Amy and Alvin of Cedar Rapids did just that when they exchanged vows at Bloomsbury Farm in Atkins, Iowa on 8.8.08. Their ceremony included a traditional Burmese ritual of the couples’ hands being tied together and being poured with jasmine water – a symbol of togetherness. Amy and Alvin wanted their wedding to be different, and so they held their ceremony at the end of the day at sunset, and the reception at the beginning. It was definitely a fun and relaxed atmosphere for all of their family and friends, many of whom came from California, Texas, New York and Florida. Here are a few of my favorites from their incredible day.

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