Montour & Columbia Counties · Wedding

Brooke & Kane — Bloomsburg

DSC_9014Brooke and Kane Rowles were wed during a whimsy-boho meets vintage-rustic charm affair in June of 2014.

DSC_9020Kane and Brook met during their freshman year at the Pennsylvania College of Technology in the Madigan Library. Brooke was working at one table, Kane was at another, and both kept awkwardly passing glances and smiling. Neither of them were brave enough to say hello before both made their way to separate classes. Brooke rushed to call her mom on the way to that class to let her know she just saw the man she would marry and her mom just laughed. Brooke would later find out that this very same thing happened to her mother-in-law when she met her father-in-law! (When ya know ya know!) Finally, after a few weeks of seeing each other around, the couple found ourselves sitting at separate tables in the library again. It was there that Kane held up a scribbled sign and asked Brooke on their first date.

Fast forward five years, Brooke was on a mission to find a novel she needed to read for an assignment she was finishing up for school. Kane suggested the pair go to the Madigan Library to check it out. When they got there, instead of heading upstairs to the bookcases, Kane pulled Brooke aside to the tables were the pair first met and got down on one knee. He held up another scribbled sign that asked Brooke to marry him.

DSC_8719Ceremony site: The Barn at Hidden Acres, Bloomsburg

DSC_9163Reception site: The Barn at Hidden Acres, Bloomsburg

DSC_8140Flowers: The Details Matter, Bloomsburg

DSC_8102Gown and accessories: Wtoo Jasmine gown, Lovely Bride NY, NY

DSC_8312Floral Crown by LoveSparklePretty, Etsy

Hair & Makeup: LeeAnn’s Hair Salon, Muncy

DSC_8471Rings: Vintage sentiment! Brooke’s maternal great grandmothers were fantastic women. After they were both widowed, they would go on these wild adventures to Atlantic City where they would gamble and spend their loot on jewelry from the small shops on the boardwalk. Brooke’s engagement ring was passed down to her and was a piece purchased on one of their adventures. Brooke’s wedding band was passed down to her and was her grandfather’s mother’s actual wedding band from when she was married in the 1920’s.

DSC_7432Formalwear: Men’s Warehouse

DSC_9475Bridesmaids Dresses: Custom! RenzRags, Etsy

DSC_8566Stationery: Minted & Etsy

DSC_9044Catering: Susquehanna Chef

DSC_8609Cake: Susquehanna Chef

DSC_9667Music: Tyler Spooner Acoustics, Williamsport

DSC_8574Favors: SayIDoSucculents, Etsy

DSC_7891Photographer: Whitnie-Rae Fotographie, Williamsport

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