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Animals at 1818 Farms

Wednesday, October 29, 2014


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We got ready and took most of our photos at 1818 Farms. The church where we got married is just one room, so we needed a separate place to get ready and keep our stuff. Thankfully, 1818 Farms was a very short walk away and affordable. And best of all, we got to take photos with animals!

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama
This lamb was pregnant and gave birth to twins the next day.


wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama
This is baby Ollie who was born the day before our wedding!

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama
The women on the left is Natasha, the owner of the farm, and she's teaching me more to hold chickens. Chickens like feel secure so you have to hold down their wings and hold them pressed against your body.

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama
The chicken on the left with the spiky hair is called a silkie.

wedding at 1818 farms mooresville alabama
Chickens like to dig holes in the ground to take dirt baths. It helps keep them cool.

bridesmaids with chickens 1818 farms mooresville alabama
One of the highlights of the wedding day was holding chickens with my bridesmaids! I tried to convince Sam to do it, but he said chickens are dirty and gross.

All photos taken by White Rabbit Studios

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13 Responses to “Animals at 1818 Farms”

  1. SO cute you were able to get pictures with the animals, that is such a cool addition to normal wedding photos

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  2. These pictures are awesome! I love the baby pictures...so precious!

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  3. ahaha this is amazing! So unique and such a fun bonding experience with your bridesmaids! Plus - I just want to take the little lamb home. Too bad it would hate our urban backyard.

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  4. Baby Ollie is adorable!! I love the bridesmaid shirts too!

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  5. You look beautiful! What a wonderful and amazing place to take pictures for your wedding! That little lamb is so sweet:)

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  6. Oh wow that's so cool! You look gorgeous, too, obviously! :)

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  7. I know! I wanted to take Ollie home too!

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  8. My photographer was so excited that we wanted photos with the animals!

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  9. I told Sam that my favorite part of the wedding was holding the baby lamb!

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  10. Thanks Kristyn! I just loved holding baby Ollie! I'm glad he was born right before the wedding.

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  11. Thanks Ashley! Baby Ollie was super sweet! He made the cutest little noises!

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  12. Oh wow! So fun. I would have been too freaked to hold them most likely! But these pictures are SO lovely!

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