Alison and Kyle

August 3, 2019Peabody, MA, USA

Venue

Saturday, August 3, 2019
5:00 PM
Ceremony
The Felton House Woodland Gardens
38 Felton Street, Peabody, MA, USA
Reception
Smith Barn at Brooksby Farm
38 Felton Street, Peabody, MA, USA

The Felton House Woodland Gardens and Smith Barn are situated on a picturesque hilltop surrounded by two hundred and fifty acres of orchards and conservation land. Located at the Peabody Historical Society  Felton-Smith Historic Site adjacent to Brooksby Farm, the Smith Barn and Woodland Gardens represent over three centuries of the region’s history and is home to several historic landmarks.

The barn is wheelchair accessible, climate controlled, onsite ATM and ample parking available. 

Ceremony & Reception

Notes

The brief ceremony and exchange of vows will begin at 5:00pm in the Woodland Gardens. To spare you the dilemma of which side of the aisle you should sit, please just pick a seat, not a side, and say hello to your new neighbor. 

In the event of uncooperative weather the ceremony will be held just a few steps away inside the Smith Barn. A change in location notification will be sent out via text message that afternoon.  

We want you to be able to relax, have fun with us and be present in the moment during the ceremony. Please unplug for a few minutes and leave your camera and or muted phone in your purse or pocket. We have the photography covered and promise to share the ceremony pictures later. 

Following the receiving line where everyone gets free hugs, the cash bar in the Barn opens and appetizers will be passed. We recommend you begin practicing your drink/cocktail napkin/tiny plate/toothpick balancing skills now. One thing about beverages; you may NOT bring in alcohol from outside the event onto the property. The farmer is VERY strict about this barn rule! 

Now to figure out where you are sitting and wonder how you ended up at that table (don't overanalyze it, sometimes it just comes down to simple math!). Besides, we are all friends and family so be prepared to break bread and enjoy a meal with new or familiar faces. 

Introductions of the bridal party and embarrassing anecdotal toasts are soon to follow along with good food and drink. Haven't had enough yet? Fuel up with dessert and then it is time for the dance floor to open and the awkward dance moves to let loose. Limber up, strut your way to the floor and show us what ya got! 

Hungry after burning off all those calories on the dance floor? Not to worry, more food is on the way! Some great snacks will appear just when you start to think you might need to refuel. 

The merriment will unfortunately come to an end when the cows come home and kick us out of the barn. The farmer is very strict about their bedtime...11:00 pm sharp! 

Menu
Food & Beverages

Appetizers

     A variety of appetizers will be served. Once you find the app you like, lock your sights on that server. Stalking is acceptable when food is involved.

Main Course

     Until we decide the particulars closer to the occasion, we can definitely say it will include a choice of something delicious that clucks or moos along with a gluten free and vegetarian option. It will be served with some formality, but don't fret, no one will judge if you pick up the wrong fork because they are also trying to figure out the silverware situation.

Dessert

     Grab a cupcake! 

(Don't worry.  You will dance it off!)  

"Midnight" Snack 

     Got the late night munchies? We got ya covered!

Beverages

Coffee and tea station available throughout the reception

Cash bar

Wedding Party

William and Jacqueline Faulhaber

Parents of the Bride

Robert and Linda Slowe

Parents of the Groom