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Glasber Inn Intimate Wedding

Pennsylvanians sure know how to throw amazing weddings, big or small. This wedding by our Blue Label members Brooke Courtney and Wildflowers by Design is the epitome is laidback chic. It’s effortless, yet is so well pulled together. David and Jesse were pronounced husband and wife by Jesse’s sister, who officiated the wedding.

straw bride and groom
straw bride and groom

straw bride and groom

straw bride and groom

straw bride and groom
wedding bouquet

straw bride and groom
straw bride and groom

straw bride and groom


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From Brooke and TJ: I was so excited when I found out David + Jesse were tying the knot at one of my favorite venues, the Glasbern Inn. The couple, from Florida, traveled to Pennsylvania, with family tagging along close behind to celebrate their wedding. As expected, Jesse’s bouquet and the centerpieces were gorgeous because they were done by the ever-wonderful Lori, from Wildflowers by Design. David + Jesse’s ceremony was short and sweet, and with Jesse’s sister officiating the wedding, it was intimate and quaint.

Location: Pennsylvania / Photographer: Brooke Courtney Photography / Venue: Glasbern Inn / Flowers: Wildflowers by Design

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  • 1

    Love the pinwheels! The site looks amazing too.

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  • 2

    I love the mr. and mrs. signs on the chairs. I’m curious to know whether or not the couple made the signs themselves. If so, did they use some type of wood or oaktag? Did they use stencils for the letters? If anyone has suggestions, I’m hoping to make some signs like these for my wedding.

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  • 3

    Nice and clean decorations. Like!

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  • 4
    Jesse Polsene on August 27, 2012 at 9:31 pm

    Thank you! Glasbern is a gorgeous venue made even more beautiful with the help of Wildflowers by Design! The pinwheels I made myself (never again!) and the banner was from anyoccasionbanners on etsy! Thanks to Brooke Courtney for the amazing photos!

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