Borror & Althouse
Beth and Dan’s Winter Wonderland Wedding
Winter Wonderland Wedding
Elizabeth Borrorand Dan Althouse met at Subway, where she was employed as a sandwich artist. Dan, a widower with two young sons, was taken with Beth’s bubbly personality and her kindness to his boys. Both would describe themselves as “country to the core”, and they bonded over their shared love of guns, trucks, and cowboy boots. This wedding shows that even the simplest of weddings can be full of love stylish and fun. Bringing family together and sharing the love story is what makes your wedding day special. I love this couple and how there love radiates. take a couple of these ideas to create your own Winter Wonderland Wedding.
Dan proposed at Christmas, and the young couple was married less than two months later.
They were married at McCurdy’s Tree Farm in Dillsburg. Snow covered trees, glittery accents, and an International Harvester tractor made up this rustic winter wonderland affair. During a very emotional unity ceremony, Dan’s sons joined the couple in pouring colored sand into a glass vase to symbolize the family they were becoming.
Vases filled with colorful blue ornaments and of course a variety of decorated Christmas trees and sparkly lights filled the small tractor barn. Beth and her mother DIYed her centerpieces and most of the details of her special day. the snow sure does help when creating a Winter Wonderland Wedding.
Platters of sandwiches were brought in from the Subway where Beth worked, and the fruits and vegetable platters were catered by Jared of Premier Catering. Beth’s former math teacher, Dan Kelly, served as the MC and DJ for the reception, and guests were treated to cupcakes with shimmery frosting.
The newlyweds headed off to Gettysburg to spend the night at a cozy B&B before heading off to a cabin for a wintery honeymoon near Raystown Lake.
Photographer: Lindsay Eileen Photography//DJ:Dan Kelly, DJ and MC//Bridesmaid Store:David’s Bridal//Bridesmaid Dresses:Dress Barn//Caterer:Jared Kennedy, Caterer//Professional: Lindsay Eileen Photography//Other Location:McCurdy’s Tree Farm//Officiant:Pastor Bill Schutt//Caterer:Subway//