The wine- and cheese-loving couple chose a serene private estate for their September wedding, which was filled with the season's colors. The country setting provided a picturesque backdrop for their organic and romantic affair.

A serene private estate sets the tone for this country wedding

The wine- and cheese-loving couple chose a serene private estate for their September wedding, which was filled with the season's colors. The country setting provided a picturesque backdrop for their organic and romantic affair.

After the ceremony, the ketubah (the Jewish marriage contract) from Rudi’s Pottery in Paramus was brought inside the house and displayed above a fireplace during the reception. A sign Annie’s mother made hung from two potted flower arrangements from the Great Indoors in Woodbridge.

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