Family ties run deep for Wallis and Jessica at Osborne Farm. Wallis’ ancestor was the original homesteader of the property, and the family farm has been a staple in Loveland, Colorado for six generations.
It was only fitting that after spending his childhood on the farm, that Wallis marry the girl of his dreams in front of the same barn he played around in as a child, paying homage to a place that means so much to the past and future of the family. In fact, Osborn Farm is still active, growing pumpkins, corn and hosting an annual harvest festival each autumn.
The wedding was a black tie affair; a blend of rustic and sophisticated. The bride wore a designer dress which had an elizabeth bodice, fluted skirt with a stunning cathedral veil, and polished off the look with gorgeous Jimmy Choo shoes, while Wallis wore a classic black tux. Paired with the high end look of the bride and groom were locally sourced flowers, food and handcrafted decorative elements. Everything was designed to feature a sampling of local northern Colorado culture, making this wedding filled with local goodness from start to finish. Wallis, a graphic designer, even created the wedding invites himself!
Jessica, an east coast native, is now embracing the west and more mellow pace of life in the Colorado Rockies. She’s excited to become a part of the rich local family history of Osborn Farm in Loveland and embrace the community that she now calls home. It was a pleasure to be a part of such a beautiful day! Congratulations to you both!